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Old 03-23-2016, 05:20 AM
 
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Around 80 (estimate) as the annual avg low is around 74 and avg annual highest low is 78ish. Used F for precision
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Old 03-23-2016, 05:40 AM
 
Location: New York
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Queens, NYC.....85°F (29.4C) on July 22nd, 2011, it shot up to a high temperature of 104°F (40°C) which was just 3 degrees shy of the all time record high. I believe we were in the 90's before 9:00 AM. I'd do anything for that weather right now.
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Correction....86°F (30°C) on July 5th, 1999 & Aug 2nd, 2006.
And it happened again on July 19th, 2013. Only a matter of time before it goes higher than that, imagine a low of 90F (32.2C) in NYC.
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Old 03-23-2016, 05:47 AM
 
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And it happened again on July 19th, 2013. Only a matter of time before it goes higher than that, imagine a low of 90F (32.2C) in NYC.
That will be incredibly difficult to do. The UHI isn't going to change too much around LGA. Even an 86F/30C low is extreme. You must have just the right amount of cloud cover, humidity, and very little wind to achieve this.


a record low minimum was reached over 100 years ago when the official thermometer was located in the Loop only a few hundred feet from the lake. (UHI+warm lake+added humidity).

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Chicago's highest minimum temperature was a stifling 85 degrees, recorded a century ago, on July 29, 1916. The city's official temperature failed to drop below 80 degrees for 147 hours during the July 25-31 period. Afternoon highs climbed as high as 102 degrees.
Although unofficially DePaul University in the Lincoln Park UHI recorded a minimum of 86F in July 2012.


Since 1981 MDW recorded a maximum low of 84F twice


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Old 03-23-2016, 07:02 AM
 
Location: Munich, Germany
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22,6°C/72,7°F in Munich City (Period 1954-2016)
21,9°C/71,4°F in Munich Perlach (Period 1994-1997)
21,0°C/69,8°F Munich-Bogenhausen (Period 1945-1953)
21,3°C/70,3°F in Munich Botanical Garden (Period 1879-1954)
20,0°C/68,0°F in Munich Nymphenburg (Period 1955-1999)
20,1°C/68,2°F in Riem Airport (Period 1940-1992) (Semi Rural)
19,9°C/67,8°F Munich Airport (Period 1992-2016) (Rural)

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Old 03-23-2016, 07:08 AM
 
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That's pretty low. Given some of your record max temps in Germany I would have thought the record high minimum would have been higher than that.

Average number of 70F/21.1C+ days or higher at Chicago Midway airport




Just looked at record high minimums for some Great Plains sites:


Bismarck ND:83F/28.3C July 1936
Fort Pierre SD: 85F/29.4 July 1936
Lincoln NE: 91F/32.8C July 1936

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Old 03-23-2016, 07:40 AM
 
Location: Munich, Germany
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That's pretty low. Given some of your record max temps in Germany I would have thought the record high minimum would have been higher than that.

Average number of 70F/21.1C+ days or higher at Chicago Midway airport

Munichs Record high is only 37,5°C/99,5°F. (27th July 1983)

The Highest Low Temperature ever measured in Germany was 27,6°C/81,7°F in Weinbiet (12./13.08.2003)
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Old 03-23-2016, 07:44 AM
 
Location: Lexington, KY
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Average number of 70F/21.1C+ days or higher at Chicago Midway airport
That's crazy, I only had 1 last August.
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Old 03-23-2016, 08:04 AM
 
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Munichs Record high is only 37,5°C/99,5°F. (27th July 1983)

The Highest Low Temperature ever measured in Germany was 27,6°C/81,7°F in Weinbiet (12./13.08.2003)
Oh ok. That's respectable!


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That's crazy, I only had 1 last August.


UHI+ Lake insulation = significantly higher minimums.
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Old 03-23-2016, 08:19 AM
 
Location: Finland
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22.9C in July 2010.

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That's pretty low. Given some of your record max temps in Germany I would have thought the record high minimum would have been higher than that.
Munich City is at 1700 ft...
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Old 03-23-2016, 08:28 AM
 
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22.9C in July 2010.



Munich City is at 1700 ft...
So is Bismarck, and only one degree latitude further south

Lincoln is at 1200 ft though at 41N. Still a minimum of 91F/33C is outrageous.
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