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I'm glad this analysis was published. this answered my long time question as to whether LGA or Newark averages more 90°+ days in a year. also, the fact that Central Park typically receives the most precipitation of the four weather stations doesn't surprise me because of two reasons, first, 1983's malfunctioning rain gauge in which more than eighty inches was measured while none of the three airports have ever measured seventy inches of rain in a year, & second, Central Park's weather records have existed for at least sixty years longer than each of the three airports have.

Harry Mandel

Newark Airport is 27 miles from Central Park? I don't believe so.....


Hi Harry, this is the distance I got when I Googled, "Distance between Central Park and Newark Liberty Airport."


how often does a day occur where Central Park reaches 90°+ but neither LaGuardia nor Newark does so?


I don't know, but that would be an interesting analysis.

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