Forecasters predict a warm Autumn in NYC — which, if the humidity stays away, will be lovely. According to Accuweather, it should be a “promising harvest season for farmers and excellent weather for those attending fall festivals.” Though the turning of the leaves this year might be not as bright or long-lived as in prime years.
NASA of course has reported that each of the first six months of 2016 were the warmest since that agency began keeping record, in 1880. Warm waters can be conducive to hurricanes. On Oct. 29, we will mark the fourth anniversary of Superstorm Sandy — which took 186 lives and caused an estimated $65 billion in damage from Maine to North Carolina. So there you go — the ups and downs of a warm Autumn.
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