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The Met office also warned gardeners that overnight temperatures will plummet with town and cities seeing temperatures of 39F (4C) to 42F (6C) but in rural spots it will be around zero with the risk of ground or air frost in areas. People will notice the temperatures will have more of an edge, it will be a bit more chilly and what we should really be expecting for spring." "Overnight there is a risk of frost and gardeners need to be aware of that.
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The unseasonably warm weather is being caused by the ‘Spanish Plume’ weather system which is pulling hot air from Spain and the northern Sahara into Britain.
Although it brings soaring temperatures the system can also bring thunderstorms and hail when it meets colder air coming across the Atlantic.
Critics panned the contamination-first strategy and demanded extraction wells to stop the spread of the toxic plume before it contaminated more public drinking water supplies and ultimately, the Great South Bay.
In his statement, Schumer accused the Navy and Northrop Grumman of “stonewalling” the water districts in their attempts to test wells.
TCE is short for Trichloroethylene, which is classified as a human carcinogen by the US Environmental Protection Agency.
In 1983, the 600-acre Grumman Aerospace-Bethpage Facility Site was listed in the Registry of Inactive Hazardous Waste Disposal Sites in New York State.
Samples from the so-called “Grumman Plume”—the subject of a 2012 investigative multimedia report exposing its continuous southward journey and disastrous public health ramifications—will be tested for hazardous carcinogens by both the state and Massapequa Water District, Cuomo’s office announced Wednesday.
“There have been too many questions about the extent of contamination caused by this plume and residents are frustrated with the lack of answers from the Navy and Northrop Grumman,” Cuomo said in a news release. Chuck Schumer, a Democrat, said testing of wells is “just what the doctor ordered” for residents in Massapequa, Bethpage, and South Farmingdale—communities where the plume has threatened water supplies.
The news may provide some relief to residents and water district officials who’ve been lobbying the state for years to act.
The plume is essentially a 4.5-mile long by 3.5-mile wide cocktail of potentially harmful chemicals which has been traveling south-southeast unabated for decades.