Oct 14-16, 2013 Observations

Below are the daily observations for October 14-16 for the area, during the days when the blog was not updated. Tonight’s forecast discussion will follow later.

Observations Note: Due to recent unreliable observations, Teterboro, NJ (KTEB) has been temporarily removed from the stations used for daily observations.


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Wednesday, October 16 Observations:

10.16.13The dry pattern observed this fall continued into Wednesday as two areas of rain stayed west and east of the area, with widespread cloud cover but little to no rain overhead. Temperatures were slightly cooler than forecast, peaking in the low to mid 60s in northern areas and mid to upper 60 elsewhere. The highest temperature was 70 degrees in Islip, NY, and the coolest high temperature was 62 degrees in Port Jervis, NY.


Tuesday, October 15 Observations:

10.15.13Showers from the remnants of the coastal low slowly began to spread north, but stayed offshore as a high pressure remained parked overhead with temperatures briefly warming up into the upper 60s to low 70s. The highest temperature was 74 degrees in Andover, NJ and Somerset, NJ, and the coolest high temperature was 64 degrees in Montauk, NY.



Monday, October 14 Observations:

10.14.13The dry and warmer than average pattern continued as a collapsing cold front barely reached New York State before quickly lifting north as the high pressure remained stationed over the region with a continued northeast flow, bringing high temperatures again into the low-mid 60s for eastern areas and mid-upper 60s for western areas. The highest temperature was 70 degrees in Andover, NJ, and the coolest high temperature was 60 degrees in Montauk, NY.

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