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Page last updated: May 22nd 2011
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE UPTON, NEW YORK

CENTRAL PARK NEW YORK CITY
RECORDS 1869-2011

TEMPERATURE/PRECIPITATION/SNOWFALL NORMALS 1971-2000 
HEATING DEGREE DAY NORMALS 1961-1990

MAY

                                          ACCUMULATED NORMAL               
 DAY    SUN             TEMPERATURE           DEGREE DAYS   GREATEST DAILY    
        EST       NORMAL         RECORD        (HEATING)  precipi-            
     rise   set max min mean highest  lowest  month season  tation   snowfall   

 1  4:55  6:52  67  49  58  87 2001  35 1880    7  4687  2.48 1976            
 2  4:54  6:53  67  50  58  90 2001  37 1903   14  4694  1.28 1873            
 3  4:53  6:54  67  50  58  90 2001  36 1874   21  4701  1.66 1985            
 4  4:51  6:55  67  50  58  92 2001  37 1873   28  4708  2.02 1893    T  1946 
 5  4:50  6:56  68  50  59  90 1980* 34 1891   35  4715  1.33 1871            
   
 6  4:49  6:57  68  51  59  92 1986* 32 1891   42  4722  1.46 1907            
 7  4:48  6:58  68  51  59  93 2000  37 1891   48  4728  3.82 1908            
 8  4:47  6:59  69  51  60  91 2000* 37 1947   54  4734  2.33 1886            
 9  4:46  7:00  69  51  60  94 1979  35 1947   59  4739  1.42 1924    T  1977 
10  4:44  7:01  69  52  60  94 1979  36 1966*  64  4744  2.10 1989            

11  4:43  7:02  69  53  61  92 1993  36 1913   69  4749  1.67 1981            
12  4:42  7:03  69  53  61  93 1881  40 1907   74  4754  1.84 1943            
13  4:41  7:04  70  53  62  89 1956  39 1895   78  4758  1.66 1971            
14  4:40  7:05  71  54  63  88 1900  40 1878   82  4762  3.38 1978            
15  4:39  7:06  71  54  63  90 1900  42 1947*  86  4766  1.16 2004            

16  4:38  7:07  71  54  63  90 1951  42 1878   90  4770  2.66 1916            
17  4:37  7:08  71  55  63  92 1974  39 1956   94  4774  1.05 1989            
18  4:37  7:09  71  55  63  90 1936* 41 1973   98  4778  2.18 2011            
19  4:36  7:10  72  55  64  99 1962  38 1976  101  4781  2.02 1900            
20  4:35  7:11  72  55  64  96 1996  43 2002* 104  4784  2.03 1972            

21  4:34  7:12  72  56  64  93 1996  40 1907  107  4787  1.94 1883            
22  4:33  7:12  73  56  65  96 1941  44 1990  110  4790  1.25 1881            
23  4:33  7:13  73  56  65  94 1964  43 1963  112  4792  2.70 1979            
24  4:32  7:14  73  57  65  93 1975  39 1963  114  4794  2.07 1978            
25  4:31  7:15  74  57  66  95 1880  41 1925  116  4796  1.80 1952            

26  4:30  7:16  74  57  66  95 1880  42 1967  118  4798  1.28 2003            
27  4:30  7:17  74  58  66  96 1880  41 1961  120  4800  2.62 1906            
28  4:29  7:18  74  59  67  94 1959  43 1961* 122  4802  1.16 1906            
29  4:29  7:18  74  59  67  97 1969  43 1902* 123  4803  3.99 1968            
30  4:28  7:19  75  59  67  97 1987  42 1884  124  4804  2.49 1948            

31  4:28  7:20  75  59  67  96 1939* 46 1938  125  4805  3.13 1940            

MONTHLY NORMALS
MAX TEMPERATURE...70.9   MIN TEMPERATURE...54.2   MEAN TEMPERATURE...62.6

PRECIPITATION...4.69 INCHES   SNOWFALL...TRACE 

MONTHLY EXTREMES
WARMEST...68.7 1991   WETTEST...10.24 1989
COLDEST...54.3 1917   DRIEST.....0.30 1903

*ALSO IN EARLIER YEAR(S)  T=TRACE

SUNRISE/SUNSET TIMES FROM...THE U.S. OFFICE OF NAVAL OBSERVATORY, WASHINGTON, D.C. 20392-5100