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Harry Mandel

You noted that "Newark, as usual, outfried NYC". I always wondered why.....


I believe there area two factors that come into play: 1) Newark has no body of water to its west like Central Park does (Hudson River, New York Harbor), so winds coming from out of the west or southwest aren't cooled off, and 2) Central Park is surrounded by grass which holds moisture and suppresses the temperature somewhat, as opposed to concrete runways surrounding an airport which heat up more quickly.

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