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Ken K. in NJ

Wow indeed. So many records. The one that got me, and one of several I wasn't aware of, was the +33 above average on 12/24. Arguably the warmest day in NYC History. Thanks for compiling this, truly extraordinary.

Don G.

I had seen on TV that December was the warmest on record, but awaited your expert analysis. It was well worth the wait. I was hoping for an analysis on the Fall. Thank you for all your work, I check your weather blog every day.


for the second year in a row, November's coldest reading was colder than December's (22° and 24° in 2014 & 32° and 34° in 2015). has this ever happened before where consecutive years featured a November with a colder reading than December?

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