After the winter the city had, New Yorkers seemed ready for a warm spell, and May provided it by being one of the warmest ever.
As of Sunday morning, the average temperature for the month had been 68.4 degrees, tied for third all-time behind the balmy May of 1880 (68.9) and May, 1991, 68.7 degrees, according to data from the National Weather Service.
2015 already has two warm-weather records for this month, most days over 80 (17 days) and most days with a temperature of 70 degrees or more (27).
This warm spell is almost (almost) making city dwellers forget February, the coldest February in 130 years and third-coldest in the history of Central Park records.
A cold front will pass through the region later Sunday, but it's more like June's brand of cold: 62 degrees overnight.
We'll get some respite but the summer-like conditions will march on for at least mid-June, with a good change of temperatures staying at above-average levels.