NEW YORK(CBSNewYork) — It has been one of the mildest summers on the books and Friday was no different.
There was a bit of a chill in the air from the city to the beach, and it could be the first summer in a decade without a heatwave, CBS 2’s Steve Langford reported.
“We’re leaving the beach now because it’s really cold and the suns not out now,” one woman said.
Diane Lucas came to the beach to chill, but not like this.
“I didn’t want to go in the water,” she said.
It has not exactly been a stereotypical hazy, hot, and humid New York City summer. There have only been a few days with temperatures above 90 degrees.
Kids don’t seem to care, but parents and grandparents have been bundling up big time.
“He loves it!” one woman told CBS 2’s Langford.
Even the lifeguards were wrapped up like it’s time for hot chocolate.
The temperature did manage to hit 90 degrees in Winnipeg, Manitoba on Friday.
The same low pressure that caused rain earlier in the week, stuck to the north of us and created the cool temperatures and clouds that cast a chill over Friday’s weather.
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