Less than a week after a record high of 97° (6/9), this morning's low of 48° was half that temperature, and also a record.
Showery (0.32" fell) and cool, with a high/low of just 60°/56°. The high temperature was nineteen degrees below average and more in line with the second week of April.
High temperatures of today and the previous three days: 79° (today)-78°-77°-76°.
Today's high was 92°, the fourth day in a row with a high in the 90s.
For the second day in a row the high reached 96°.
Overcast skies, AM drizzle, and winds off the ocean resulted in just a three-degree difference between today's high (61°) and low (58°). The low was five degrees below average, but the high was 19 degrees below the norm.
Today's high reached 96°. This was the first of four days in the next 30 with a high of 96° or hotter.
Today was the fifteenth consecutive day with cooler than average temperatures. During these days high temperatures ranged between 65° and 73° (average is 78°). This made the first half of June six degrees cooler than average.
Today was Father's Day, and if you forgot to buy your Dad a necktie there was no need to fret since the weather was enough of a gift as skies were mostly clear and the afternoon temperature rose to a seasonable 80°. Today's low of 59° was the third, and last, day with a low in the 50s this month, the fewest since June 1996 (which also had three, all in the first three days of the month).
Today, with a high of 83°, was the third day in a row with a high of 80°+ in Central Park - the first time this year, and the deepest into a year since 2003. Typically, a streak of this length occurs around May 21-23. (The first reading of 80°+ this year, on 5/21, was the latest since 1988).