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  2. Actually a nice breeze out here this afternoon. Probably 2nd worst day this week. Wednesday still takes the cake for me
  3. CITY SKY/WX TMP DP RH WIND PRES REMARKS PHILADELPHIA FAIR 96 72 45 SW10 29.83F HX 104 COATESVILLE FAIR 91 77 62 VRB5 29.90S HX 105
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  5. I’m out on Long Island today and it’s scorching. Upper 90s with dewpoints in the upper 70s. (Heat Index 111 at Islip). Seabreeze struggling to move inland.
  6. #Winning CITY SKY/WX TMP DP RH WIND PRES REMARKS PHILADELPHIA PTSUNNY 94 72 48 S8 29.85F HX 102 COATESVILLE FAIR 90 77 66 CALM 29.90F HX 102
  7. Big news it has happened! The icy landscape here ascending the Welsh Mountain anticline is melting we have hit 90.8 at 11:46am - high heat index so far 108. Our 1st 90+ day in NW Chesco above 650ft since July 3 last year. Chester County PA record high for today is 95 above 650 ft set back in 1991 and the all-time Chesco record all elevations is the 99.0 set back in 1930
  8. Labor Day heat doesn't pack the punch the way sun directly overhead heat does in mid-July.
  9. getting some nice high clouds streaming in from the decaying MCS from last night.
  10. Rainfall has been spotty in the northeast this summer. Easier to hit 100 around NYC and further N.
  11. BTW if anyone sees a 100F off the CWSU web site 5 minute obs, that is a done deal. The non official obs 5 minute readings convert from Celsius to Fahrenheit and they sometimes gives you the higher of the two possibilities, e.g. 32C could be either 89F or 90F. That is why one sometimes sees a 90F on the 5 minute obs, but the official high of the day is only 89F. No problem with 100F though since both 100F & 101F equate to 38C. A 99F (37C) might be "just" 98F, that one would have to wait for the official ob, climo for the day.
  12. Here's another throwback, this one from the 50th anniversary weather of the first lunar walk today. I don't know if we can have a July this much below normal any more either. Granted, it was total to date, not for the month.
  13. I'd go for the late August into early September circa 1953 heat wave, just to ruin the start of fall too.
  14. PNE already 91F prior to 10 am, so throw me into the shock tank if they don't hit 100F today.
  15. 51! I can’t even picture what the upper level maps would have to look like to get a number that low in 2019 at PHL in July.
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