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Harry Mandel

Side note about the little 0.6" of snow on April 7, 1990. They were supposed to play the Mayor's Trophy game (an annual exhibition game between the Yankees and Mets played in NYC between the end of Spring Training and Opening Day that was abolished when Interleague Play started in 1997) that day and it was cancelled.


What a notable difference of 10 years!
April 7, 2010 = 92 degrees; a record high during the warmest April on record as well as the earliest date for a 90-degree reading. I remember playing with my sister that evening in the hot weather and having a good time.
April 7, 2020 = 68 degrees; the warmest day of a cool April that did not have any readings of 70 degrees or warmer.
These interesting observations are a few reasons why April is my favorite month to study the weather. The weather in April can be either hot, cold, or seasonable.

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