Sandy Aside, Weather Puts 2012 in Record Books

online.wsj.com — With less than two weeks left in December, it would take an unprecedented cold snap-with a deeper freeze than January 1918, the coldest month in city history-to keep the current year out of the record books. If the remainder of December follows the long-range forecast, the year would end with an average temperature of 57.3 degrees.
RT @chachalupa: 2012 might be the warmest since the Dutch opened the trading post of New Amsterdam in 1624 t.co/g6d3lCRR via @wsjny
This AZ girl loves this RT@WSJNY NYC set to finish warmest year since record-keeping began t.co/MxIAAXSL
Sandy Aside, Weather Puts 2012 in Record Books-NYC Poised to Finish Its Warmest Year Yet t.co/lc6YaNJP t.co/AJyxMLkS via @WSJ
RT @WSJNY: New York poised to finish its warmest year since records began, with average temp above 57.2 degrees. t.co/gmOo9Zp3
New York is poised to finish its warmest year since modern record-keeping began. The average temp: 57.2. t.co/1t2ZX1Pr
2012 set to be #NYC's warmest year on record. Avg temp: 57.2 degrees. t.co/9Ame0gQZ