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A large tree leans against a home in Ringwood (Passaic County) following severe thunderstorms on May 15. Photo by Boyd A. Loving/NorthJersey.com.

Warm and Wet May, and an Action Packed Spring: May 2018 Summary and Spring Recap

Dr. David A. Robinson
June 5, 2018

After April timidly transitioned into milder weather, May was plenty bold in the thermal department, on multiple occasions behaving more like summer than late spring. Most NJ residents did not seem to mind the warmth; rather, from the second week onward, it was the frequent episodes of rain, often targeting weekends, which raised the level of crankiness among many!

Statewide, this was the 5th warmest May since records commenced in 1895. The 65.0° average was 4.5° above the 1981–2010 mean. Five of the ten warmest Mays have occurred since 2004.

In most locations, rain fell on at least half of the days of the month. The 5.96” average across NJ was 1.97” above the 1981–2010 mean. This ranks as the 13th wettest May on record, but 0.55” below last year’s average.


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