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Looking Back at New York Weather: August 2
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Today in New York Weather History: August 3

 

1958

Since July 30 high temperatures were: 87°-86°-85°-84°-83°.

1974

Since July 30 high temperatures were: 89°-88°-88°-89°-88°.

1975

Today was the fourth day in a row with temperatures in the 90s.  Highs on these days were: 93°, 93°, 98° and 96° (today). Sizzle2005

Today's high reached 97°, one of five days this summer with a high this hot or hotter (all between 7/27 and 8/13).

2006

The high today was 96°, after a low of 78°.  This was the fourth day in a row of 90-degree weather, and it turned out to be the last 90-degree reading of the summer - one of the earliest dates for the last 90 of any New York summer (nearly four weeks ahead of schedule).  In total, eight days were in the 90s this summer, ten fewer than average.

2007

1.06" of rain poured down in just fifteen minutes tonight between 11:06-11:21 PM.  And during that fifteen minutes, 0.46" fell in a five-minute period.

 

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2015

After three days in a row with highs of 89°, today's hit 90°.  All four days had perfect summer weather, with partly cloudy skies and comfortable levels of humidity.

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