Just when you were going to finally ask your roommate to help remove your personal AC window unit so that it doesn't slip and fall on a pedestrian on your street, weather experts are warning of a nasty heat spike coming to NYC. The National Weather Service predicts near-record October highs, with Central Park hitting 81 degrees on Wednesday.
I was just in Los Angeles, and anytime a capri-wearing grouch would explain to me how unbearable New York weather is, I would snipe back that unlike L.A.'s Truman Show vibe of consistently bland weather, Fall in New York is epic. I told them all how I would be making a triumphant return to brisk air, changing leaves and sexy sweaters. How wrong I was!
Fortunately, the NWS forecasts a return to vaguely seasonal weather by the end of the week, with mid-60s temperatures on Friday.
On the bright side, if this weather continues, you won't have to worry about being cold in your skimpy Halloween costume.
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