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September outlook

August 31, 2012

  August was warmer than normal in the Twin Cities. Toasty temperatures during the final six days of the month offset the cool stretch that we saw in the middle of August. Cool months are becoming rare around here…May of 2011 was the last month that was cooler than normal in the Twin Cities!

  Looking ahead a bit, the September outlook from the Climate Prediction Center of the National Weather Service shows a tendency for above-normal temperatures over Minnesota and Wisconsin:

  The outlook doesn’t mean that you should expect above-normal temperatures every day, but there is a good chance that the 30 days of September will average out above normal. I hope that you have a great Labor Day weekend!

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