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NEW YORK — April 2020 was a month unlike any the tri-state area has seen in decades.

According to the National Weather Service, it’s the first April since 1940 to not see any days reach 70 degrees in Central Park. Temperatures only got higher than 70 three times in March. The highest was 77 degrees on March 20.

The final 15 days in a row of April saw below normal temperatures. The lowest came on April 27, when we were 12 degrees below normal. Overall, 19 days of April were either at or below normal temperatures.