After a cold March and a chilly start to April, spring has finally sprung in New York City!
With a high temperature of 74°F in Central Park, Monday was the warmest day the city has seen since last October. Our normal high for this time of year is 59°F.
The primary driver of these balmy conditions is a strong Bermuda High off the mid-Atlantic coast that is funneling warm southern air into the region.
These warm temperatures, which are more common in late May than early April, are expected to last for a few days. Enjoy!