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Columbus Day was quite mild in the Northeast.
Columbus Day was picture-perfect thanks to plenty of sunshine and southerly winds. Highs generally ranged from the upper 60s to upper 70s, which is 5 to almost 20 degrees above normal for October 12 (see below). For the month so far though, much of the Northeast has seen near- to below-normal temperatures. Stay tuned for our mid-month update, which will be available Friday.
Columbus Day high temperatures were 5 to nearly 20 degrees above normal.
On a side note, are you interested in becoming a weather spotter? The National Weather Service offices are beginning to release their fall SKYWARN weather spotter class schedules. If yours isn’t listed below, check out your local NWS site for dates and times.
New York City: http://www.weather.gov/okx/SkywarnTraining
State College: http://www.weather.gov/ctp/SpotterTalks
Washington D.C.: http://www.weather.gov/lwx/skywarn