Hot Times In New Jersey

This is the hottest year ever, and temperatures in New Jersey are forecast to rise into the mid-70s, before plummeting this weekend.

On this date in 1998, it was 90 degrees at Moorestown, NJ and temperatures reached 80F as far north as Maine.

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3 Responses to Hot Times In New Jersey

  1. dmacleo says:

    I (in maine) remember that heat wave. put a/c in apt I lived in early.
    irony…1998 was the NE ice storm year too.
    cyclical…

  2. rw says:

    Turning now to the other side of the Atlantic … After a mostly mild January and February (with days in which the weather was similar to a typical winter day in this region 10-12 years ago (!)), it turned colder in March, and so far it’s stayed that way. Strange are the ways of CO2-induced warming.

  3. I (in maine) remember that heat wave. put a/c in apt I lived in early.
    irony…1998 was the NE ice storm year too.a

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