September Monthly Climate Summaries

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September:  Omaha     Lincoln    Norfolk

...SEPTEMBER SUMMARY FOR OMAHA...

SEPTEMBER WEATHER WAS PLACID...WITH NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND
RAINFALL.

THE AVERAGE SEPTEMBER TEMPERATURE WAS 65.4 DEGREES...WHICH IS
NORMAL.  THE MONTH BEGAN WARM WITH A HIGH OF 91 ON LABOR DAY...BUT
COOL TEMPERATURES PREVAILED FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS.  THESE WERE
BALANCED BY WARMER THAN NORMAL TEMPERATURES IN MOST OF LATE
SEPTEMBER.  THE RESULT WAS A NEAR NORMAL MONTH.  THERE WERE NO
UNUSUAL EXTREMES...BUT THERE WAS UNUSUAL MODERATION.  IT APPEARS
THAT THERE WILL BE NO MORE HIGHS IN THE 90S THIS YEAR.  THIS WOULD
LEAVE THE LAST DAY IN THE 90S AS SEPTEMBER 1...THE EARLIEST END TO
90 DEGREE TEMPERATURES SINCE 1996.  THAT YEAR...THE LAST 90 WAS ON
AUGUST 6TH.

THE SEPTEMBER RAINFALL TOTAL WAS 2.90 INCHES...JUST 0.27 INCHES
BELOW NORMAL.  MUCH OF THE RAIN CAME DURING A COOL WET PERIOD IN THE
SECOND WEEK OF SEPTEMBER.

...SEPTEMBER SUMMARY FOR LINCOLN...

SEPTEMBER WAS MOIST WITH NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES

THE AVERAGE SEPTEMBER TEMPERATURE WAS 65.5 DEGREES...0.5 DEGREES
BELOW NORMAL.  LABOR DAY WAS THE WARMEST DAY OF THE MONTH...AND
PROBABLY THE LAST DAY OF THE YEAR TO REACH THE 90S.  THIS WOULD BE
THE EARLIEST FINISH TO 90 DEGREE TEMPERATURES SINCE 1996...WHEN THE
LAST 90 READING CAME ON AUGUST 6TH.  TWO WEEKS OF COOLER AND WET
WEATHER FOLLOWED LABOR DAY...AND THEN TWO WARMER AND DRIER WEEKS.
THERE WERE NO RECORDS SET DURING THE MONTH.

THE SEPTEMBER RAINFALL TOTAL WAS 4.10 INCHES...WHICH WAS 1.18 INCHES
ABOVE NORMAL.

...SEPTEMBER SUMMARY FOR NORFOLK...

SEPTEMBER WAS MOIST WITH NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES

THE AVERAGE SEPTEMBER TEMPERATURE WAS 64.1 DEGREES...0.7 DEGREE
ABOVE NORMAL.  LABOR DAY WAS THE WARMEST DAY OF THE MONTH...AND THE
ONLY DAY IN THE 90S...WITH A HIGH OF 91.  TWO WEEKS OF COOLER AND
WET WEATHER FOLLOWED LABOR DAY...AND THEN TWO WARMER AND DRIER
WEEKS.  THERE WERE NO RECORDS SET DURING THE MONTH.

THE SEPTEMBER RAINFALL TOTAL WAS 3.02 INCHES...WHICH WAS 0.77 INCHES
ABOVE NORMAL.



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