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Ken Kaiser

Hi Rob, enjoying your blog as always.

The torrential downpour that occurred on July 3, 1930 sounded very unusual, and I found a report of it in the next day's NY Times. I was able to download a pdf of the article, which I've attached. I thought you might find it interesting.

Thanks again for all your great work documenting NY City's weather.



if I may, I'd like to provide an added insight to the 1966 highlight. on this date back then, JFK and LaGuardia airports reached 104° and 107° respectively, the hottest reading ever reported in those locations.

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