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Heavy Rainfall Across Portions Of Gulf Coast States This Week

Abundant moisture will interact with a stalled front in the Gulf of Mexico this week to generate locally heavy rainfall across the Gulf Coast region. This activity will be bolstered mid-late week by remnants of Willa, currently in the eastern Pacific. This surge of moisture could bring widespread flood concerns to the region given the prolonged period of wet weather. Read More >

Summer Climate Summaries

 and Fall Outlook

Summer defined as June, July, and August

Fall defined as September, October, and November

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Fall Climate Outlook

(Fall defined as September, October, and November)

Temperature Outlook Precipitation Outlook

Normal highs for Duluth, MN start in the low 70s in early September and cool to the low 30s by the end of November. Normal lows start in the mid 50s in early September and cool to the upper teens by the end of November. Normal precipitation for the fall is 8.17 inches. Normal snowfall for the fall is 16.1 inches. 

Normal highs for International Falls, MN start in the low 70s in early September and cool to the mid 20s by the end of November. Normal lows start in the upper 40s in early September and cool to the single digits above zero by late November. Normal precipitation for the fall is 6.45 inches. Normal snowfall for the fall is 16.0 inches.

Normal highs for Brainerd, MN start in the mid 70s in early September and cool to the low 30s by the end of November. Normal lows start in the low 50s in early September and cool to the mid teens by late November. Normal precipitation for the fall is 7.65 inches. Normal snowfall for the fall is 8.8 inches.

Normal highs for Hibbing, MN start in the low 70s in early September and cool to the mid to upper 20s by the end of November. Normal lows start in the mid 40s in early September and cool to the single digits above zero by late November. 

Normal highs for Ashland, WI start in the mid 70s in early September and cool to the low 30s by the end of November. Normal lows start in the upper 40s in early September and cool to the mid teens by late November.  

For all locations the latest Climate Prediction Center (CPC) outlook indicates that odds are tilted toward above normal temperatures and there is no clear indication for above or below normal precipitation.



Duluth, MN

Meteorological fall defined as September, October and November

Normals for the fall season
(The seasonal climate normals are from a 30 year period defined by the Climate Prediction Center as 1981-2010)

  The Normal, Seasonal Average Temperature (degrees F)

42.5

 

 

  Normal Seasonal Precipitation (inches)

8.17

  Normal Seasonal Snowfall (inches)

16.1

 

 

  Normal Heating Degree Days

2063

  Normal Cooling Degree Days

15

 

Records for the fall season

  Warmest Season (Seasonal Average Temperature)

49.9 in 1963

  Coldest  Season (Seasonal Average Temperature)

37.7 in 1959

 

 

  Greatest Seasonal Precipitation (inches)

17.74 in 1881

  Least Seasonal Precipitation (inches)

1.97 in 1952

 

 

  Greatest Seasonal Snowfall (inches)

56.8 in 1991

  Least Seasonal Snowfall (inches)

0.2 in 1899

 

International Falls, MN

Meteorological fall defined as September, October and November

Normals for the fall season
(The seasonal climate normals are from a 30 year period defined by the Climate Prediction Center as 1981-2010)

  The Normal, Seasonal Average Temperature (degrees F)

40.1

 

 

  Normal Seasonal Precipitation (inches)

6.45

  Normal Seasonal Snowfall (inches)

16.0

 

 

  Normal Heating Degree Days

2280

  Normal Cooling Degree Days

11

 

Records for the fall season

  Warmest Season (Seasonal Average Temperature)

48.3 in 1920

  Coldest  Season (Seasonal Average Temperature)

32.8 in 1926

 

 

  Greatest Seasonal Precipitation (inches)

12.09 in 1965

  Least Seasonal Precipitation (inches)

1.79 in 1952

 

 

  Greatest Seasonal Snowfall (inches)

33.5 in 1955

  Least Seasonal Snowfall (inches)

Trace in 1999

 

Brainerd, MN

Meteorological fall defined as September, October and November

Normals for the fall season
(The seasonal climate normals are from a 30 year period defined by the Climate Prediction Center as 1981-2010)

  The Normal, Seasonal Average Temperature (degrees F)

44.6

 

 

  Normal Seasonal Precipitation (inches)

7.65

  Normal Seasonal Snowfall (inches)

8.8

 

 

  Normal Heating Degree Days

1888

  Normal Cooling Degree Days

31

 

Records for the fall season

  Warmest Season (Seasonal Average Temperature)

50.4 in 1963

  Coldest  Season (Seasonal Average Temperature)

36.3 in 1919

 

 

  Greatest Seasonal Precipitation (inches)

12.69 in 1971

  Least Seasonal Precipitation (inches)

0.84 in 1976

 

 

  Greatest Seasonal Snowfall (inches)

28.5 in 1983

  Least Seasonal Snowfall (inches)

T in Multiple Years

 

Hibbing, MN

Meteorological fall defined as September, October and November

Normals for the fall season
(The seasonal climate normals are from a 30 year period defined by the Climate Prediction Center as 1981-2010)

  The Normal, Seasonal Average Temperature (degrees F)

39.9

 

 

  Normal Heating Degree Days

2292

  Normal Cooling Degree Days

9

 

Records for the fall season

  Warmest Season (Seasonal Average Temperature)

47.1 in 1953

  Coldest  Season (Seasonal Average Temperature)

35.8 in 1993

 

Ashland, WI

Meteorological fall defined as September, October and November

Normals for the fall season
(The seasonal climate normals are from a 30 year period defined by the Climate Prediction Center as 1981-2010)

  The Normal, Seasonal Average Temperature (degrees F)

39.9

 

 

  Normal Heating Degree Days

2292

  Normal Cooling Degree Days

9

 

Records for the fall season

  Warmest Season (Seasonal Average Temperature)

47.1 in 1953

  Coldest  Season (Seasonal Average Temperature)

35.8 in 1993