The weather has been unusually warm for late November here in New York City. In fact, we set a new daily high temperature record on Monday with a reading of 70°F in Central Park. That is 21°F above normal. The old record, set in 1896 and tied in 1990, was 69°F.
The mild conditions continued today as we marked the fifth day in a row with temperatures in the 60°F range. The local forecast is calling for rain tonight followed by a return to more seasonable temperatures.
Graphics Credit: MF at The Weather Gamut