Yesterday's Weather for New York, NY

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How much rain or snow did New York, NY get yesterday? The answer is below!

Yesterday's High was 69 °F

Yesterday's Low was 57 °F

Yesterday's Precipitation was 0.00 inches

Observations on September 24, 2018:
Time Temp Wind Conditions
12:14 AM EDT 64.0 °F 5.8 mph Overcast
12:51 AM EDT 63.0 °F 4.6 mph Clear
1:51 AM EDT 64.0 °F 8.1 mph Partly Cloudy
2:09 AM EDT 63.0 °F 8.1 mph Mostly Cloudy
2:42 AM EDT 63.0 °F 5.8 mph Scattered Clouds
2:51 AM EDT 63.0 °F 3.5 mph Scattered Clouds
3:51 AM EDT 61.0 °F 3.5 mph Mostly Cloudy
4:32 AM EDT 61.0 °F 3.5 mph Partly Cloudy
4:51 AM EDT 60.1 °F 4.6 mph Clear
5:51 AM EDT 59.0 °F 5.8 mph Clear
6:51 AM EDT 57.0 °F 5.8 mph Clear
7:51 AM EDT 57.9 °F 3.5 mph Clear
8:51 AM EDT 59.0 °F 10.4 mph Clear
9:51 AM EDT 61.0 °F N/A Mostly Cloudy
10:51 AM EDT 62.1 °F 12.7 mph Overcast
11:51 AM EDT 64.0 °F 5.8 mph Mostly Cloudy
12:37 PM EDT 66.0 °F 6.9 mph Overcast
12:51 PM EDT 66.9 °F N/A Overcast
1:51 PM EDT 68.0 °F N/A Mostly Cloudy
2:51 PM EDT 66.9 °F 12.7 mph Mostly Cloudy
3:41 PM EDT 66.0 °F 9.2 mph Mostly Cloudy
3:48 PM EDT 66.2 °F 8.1 mph Mostly Cloudy
3:51 PM EDT 66.0 °F 8.1 mph Mostly Cloudy
3:58 PM EDT 66.0 °F 6.9 mph Overcast
4:05 PM EDT 66.0 °F 10.4 mph Mostly Cloudy
4:51 PM EDT 66.0 °F 4.6 mph Mostly Cloudy
5:51 PM EDT 64.9 °F 4.6 mph Overcast
6:34 PM EDT 63.0 °F 6.9 mph Mostly Cloudy
6:51 PM EDT 63.0 °F N/A Mostly Cloudy
7:06 PM EDT 63.0 °F N/A Mostly Cloudy
7:16 PM EDT 63.0 °F 5.8 mph Mostly Cloudy
7:51 PM EDT 62.1 °F 6.9 mph Mostly Cloudy
8:32 PM EDT 62.1 °F 6.9 mph Overcast
8:41 PM EDT 61.0 °F 6.9 mph Mostly Cloudy
8:51 PM EDT 61.0 °F 11.5 mph Overcast
9:51 PM EDT 61.0 °F 10.4 mph Overcast
10:51 PM EDT 61.0 °F 6.9 mph Overcast
11:49 PM EDT 60.8 °F 5.8 mph Overcast
11:51 PM EDT 61.0 °F 6.9 mph Overcast
 
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Weather Topic: What are Nimbostratus Clouds?

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nimbostratus clouds Next Topic: Stratocumulus Clouds

A nimbostratus cloud is similar to a stratus cloud in its formless, smooth appearance. However, a nimbostratus cloud is darker than a stratus cloud, because it is thicker.

Unlike a stratus cloud, a nimbostratus cloud typically brings with it the threat of moderate to heavy precipitation. In some cases, the precipitation may evaporate before reaching the ground, a phenomenon known as virga.

Next Topic: Stratocumulus Clouds

Weather Topic: What are Contrails?

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contrails Next Topic: Fog

A contrail is an artificial cloud, created by the passing of an aircraft.

Contrails form because water vapor in the exhaust of aircraft engines is suspended in the air under certain temperatures and humidity conditions. These contrails are called exhaust contrails.

Another type of contrail can form due to a temporary reduction in air pressure moving over the plane's surface, causing condensation. These are called aerodynamic contrails.

When you can see your breath on a cold day, it is also because of condensation. The reason contrails last longer than the condensation from your breath is because the water in contrails freezes into ice particles.

Next Topic: Fog