New York Fails to Hit 90 Degrees for June, July for Second Time – Bloomberg.com

July 31 (Bloomberg) — The high in New York City today is forecast to hover around 80 degrees, making it only the second time on record that June and July temperatures failed to reach 90, the National Weather Service said.

Central Park thermometers haven’t touched 90 degrees Fahrenheit (32.2 Celsius) since April, and if this holds through today the month would be one of the 10 coolest Julys on record, according to the weather service records.

The only other time a June and July passed in the city without temperatures reaching the 90s was 1996.

via New York Fails to Hit 90 Degrees for June, July for Second Time – Bloomberg.com.

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