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Current Weather Conditions in the N.Y.C. Region
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The weather data shown above come from MesoWest & SynopticLabs.
jointly built API web services using cloud computing resources to provide
improved automated access to real-time and archived weather data. Their focus
is to provide improved transfer of environmental information for public use
as part of the National Weather Service's National Mesonet Program.
The round icons display current temperatures (°F). These stations range from Lewes, Delaware to East Falmouth, Massachusetts. This map was created primarily to help track the rain / snow line ( the 32°F isotherm ) as northeasters move up along the coast. It is also possible to see the cooling effect of sea breezes on coastal sites during the summer. Additional weather data for each station can be accessed by left-clicking on the temperature icon. You can use the map panning controls at the upper left to re-center the map viewport. These data are updated every 15 minutes. If you want to view this weather info in tablular form, click on the MESO WEST TABLE button located in the right sidebar.
The Daily Weather Map
Weather Summary for February 2017
Temperatures were well above normal here in Bergenfield, New Jersey during the past February,
with the monthly average setting a new record of 40.3°F (4.6°C ). This beats the old mark of 40.1°F
set in 1997. There really were no periods of winter chill... every day brought a maximum temperature
above the freezing level. The temperature reached 75°F (23.9°C) on the 24th.
The average was 6.4°F above the long-term mean. In nearby Central Park, New York City, this
marks the 20th month in a row with above normal temperatures. Three new daily high temperature
records were set... 62°F, 66°F, 68°F on the 8th, 19th and 25th.
Precipitation was below the long-term mean at 2.09" ( 53.9mm ). Our 12 month precipitation deficit now stands at 12.51" A moderate to heavy snowfall deposited 7.8" ( 19.8cm ) on the 9th. This was a new daily record.
Wind gusts of 30mph ( N ) on the 9th and 39mph ( NW ) on the 13th established new marks.
You can see a detailed monthly summary in the Data Archive tab under Monthly Summaries.