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Today in New York Weather History: June 10



In a month that was on the cool side (2.6 degrees below average), today stood out because it was quite hot.  With a high/low of 95°/74°, it was fifteen degrees above average.  This was the first of four days this summer with a high of 95° (the other three were in July).




Although it was just a spritz, the 0.01" of rain that fell this afternoon was the first measurable rain on this date in 15 years.


For the second day in a row the high hit 96°, a record for the date.  This was the last day of a four-day heat wave.  (The next time there would be a heat wave of this length in June would be in 2021, June 6-9).






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2020 - 15.32” of rain fell so far this year (excluding today). 1927 also had the same amount of rain through today. this year’s amount was 0.04” fewer than what 2012 had through today. this year’s amount was the driest any year has been through today since 1995 when 13.68” fell. only 21 other years have had less rain through today than this year.

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