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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) — October started out warm and will stay warm for a few days.
But how about September? How did it end up?
The month of September turned out to be a cool one. The average temperature was 61.7 degrees, which is 0.3 degrees below normal.
There were two days above 90. The highest was on Sept. 10 when it made it to 91 degrees.The coldest was on Sept. 24 when it dipped to 34 degrees. There were no temperature records throughout the month.
There were six clear days, 16 partly cloudy days and only eight cloudy days. There were seven days with 0.01 inches of rain or more. That made 77 percent of the days during the month dry.
The greatest rainfall was on Sept. 21 when the area picked up 1.07 inches. Overall, it was a dry month with a total of 2.21 inches of rain. That made it 1.54 inches below normal.
There were a few dry stretches through the month. A 10-day stretch started on Sept. 2 and lasted through Sept. 11. There was another dry stretch to wrap up the month. That stretch lasted eight days and went from Sept. 23 to Sept. 30.