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Ken K. in NJ

Hi Rob. Barring a sudden warmup today, I believe we will have now had 22 consecutive days of below normal temperatures. Are we approaching any sort of record for that? Thanks.


Hi Ken,
Yes, today could be the 22nd day in a row. And, it's one of the longest on record (going back to 1953, which is as far back as my NWS reports show daily departures from average). Whether it remains at 21 or extends to 22, it ranks as fifth longest. I'll write more about this in my monthly summary.

Ken K. in NJ

Thanks Rob. Looks like we might be able to squeeze one more day out of the streak today. Looking forward to the month-end summary.

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