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Today in New York Weather History: November 22

Today in New York Weather History: November 21


1987 (Saturday)

This morning's low of 18° (twenty-two degrees below average) would be quite cold even in mid-winter.  It followed by just three days a 70-degree reading and was the coldest reading in November since 1976 (when the low on 11/30 was 17°).




1991 (Thursday)

This morning's low was a very mild 62°, twenty-two degrees above average and a record for the date.  It was the mildest low temperature in nearly seven weeks and came in the midst of five days of unseasonably warm temperatures, that averaged fifteen degrees above average (high/low of 67°/54°).





After just 0.07” of rain fell in the first 20 days of the month, 0.59” fell today (and 1.90” more would fall overnight).  Before the rain moved in during the late afternoon, the day had a low of 33°, which was the coldest temperature in Central Park since late March.



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Dr. Michael J. Vassallo

I was married that day, Coldest November day I ever experienced in new York!

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