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Fall(ish) Weather 2019

Lori

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It’s not going to feel like fall in the south anytime soon!

We will be experiencing our second severe weather season but right now it’s hot and dry!!
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Birmingham, Anniston, and Montgomery broke record highs today set in 1904.
 

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We got one nice day fall-like day yesterday (75 and even some rain!) but it’s back to 86 today and 95 tomorrow -_-
 

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We set all time record highs for the month of October in many locations today in Alabama. Several 100+ readings.
There’s a good chance that we’ll do the same today. The record is 96.
 

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0.01” of rain in September for Tuscaloosa’s official reporting station.
We got 0.25” this month. The 0.14” we got on Monday more than doubled our total for the previous 29 days.

I think we’re still running a couple of inches above the annual average because of how wet this spring was but were in moderate drought now.

I guess I should quit complaining though. 84 tomorrow and then upper 60s to mid 70s through the end of next week.
 

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We got 0.25” this month. The 0.14” we got on Monday more than doubled our total for the previous 29 days.

I think we’re still running a couple of inches above the annual average because of how wet this spring was but were in moderate drought now.
Same. We’re running about 2-3” above normal. Had some pretty hefty totals in spring and a pretty good July/August and then the bottom fell out the past month.
 

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I sure am looking forward to a cool down, this heat has been relentless.
Most of the trees are turning straight to brown, I was hoping for some pretty fall foliage.
 
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