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October outlook

September 30, 2014


  Our September started out pleasantly warm, then it turned downright nippy….highs in the Twin Cities were only in the 50s and 60s from September 10th through the 16th. Temperatures recovered nicely from that dip, with highs mostly in the mid 70s to lower 80s from September 17th through the 28th. Our warmest temperature was 86 degrees, on September 4th, and our coldest reading was 39 degrees on the 13th. Our average temperature for the month of September was 7/10ths of a degree above normal in the Twin Cities. 

  Looking ahead, the October temperature outlook from the Climate Prediction Center of the National Weather Service shows a tendency for below normal temperatures over Minnesota and Wisconsin:


    The outlook doesn’t mean that every day is expected to be cooler than normal…it is the average temp for the entire month that shows a cool tendency. In case you’re wondering, our average high in the Twin Cities drops from 65 degrees on October 1st to 51 degrees on October 31st.

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