HIBBING, MN– September marked the first month of meteorological Fall in the Northland, and Hibbing saw a cooler and drier than average Summer.
Did the cooler and drier than average conditions continue or did things change?
While no daily records were broken, the National Weather Service says the 5.13″ of rain which fell throughout the month made it the 11th wettest September in history.
For October, the Climate Prediction Center (CPC) is indicating towards wetter than average conditions, but there’s no clear indication of above or below average temperatures.
Here’s are the September statistics courtesy of the Duluth NWS:
- Average High: 64.7 degrees (-1.2 degrees)
- Average Low: 43.8 degrees (+3.6 degrees)
- Average Temp: 54.3 degrees (+1.2 degrees)
- Highest Temp: 82 degrees on the 16th
- Lowest Temp: 26 degrees on the 28th
- Precipitation: 5.13″ (+2.06″)
- All Time Record High: 94 degrees on September 7, 1976
- All Time Record Low: 20 degrees, which occurred three times (last: September 15, 2011)
- All Time Record Wettest: 8.67″ in 1947
- All Time Record Driest: 0.50″ in 1952