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Record-high temperature reached in Central Park

22 February 2018, 09:22 | Christie Tate

Record-high temperature reached in Central Park

Record-high temperature reached in Central Park

On Wednesday, Newark, N.J., was the warmest it had ever been in February when the temperature climbed to 77 degrees, the National Weather Service said.

February has had its share of warm weather in the past, Rusnak said, so higher temperatures aren't abnormal for Delmarva. Enjoy one more day of record warm temperatures! Meanwhile, Ciemnecki pointed out, Central Park in New York City was recording a record-breaking 72 degrees, with clear skies. Also like yesterday, there will be a few light showers dotting the radar this afternoon, but nothing too intense or widespread.

Wednesday will feature showers and falling temperatures. Northeastern Massachusetts especially will see higher temperatures that will rise into the mid-70's.

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The Salisbury Daily Times reports that the warm weather is coming from the south and is caused by a high pressure system along the coast. That means we can expect a soaking rain. That brings us to another record worth watching: The all-time record high for February. The old record was 76 degrees, he said. Then near record highs will be possible again over the weekend. Between 1 and 2 inches of new snow could accumulate. Temperatures are expected to drop between 35 and 40 degrees. Tomorrow and Friday feature rainy, foggy, and raw conditions with temperatures stuck in the low 40s for the majority of the time. Expect mostly cloudy skies and a warm wind from the south at 10 to 20 miles per hour.

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