Overview

Monthly Climate Summary - September 2012

 
 
 
 

September 2012 continued the trend from August of above normal precipitation and below normal temperatures for much of the Missouri Ozarks and southeast Kansas. The temperature difference was not much below normal, but within a half a degree below normal. The highest amount of precipitation occurred in the southwestern portion of Missouri and into southeast Kansas with the driest area in parts of central Missouri.

 

 
Springfield
Joplin
West Plains
Vichy
Highest Temperature of the Month
96
100
94
93
Average High Temperature
78.5
80.6
79.3
76.9
Lowest Temperature of the Month
41
48
41
38
Average Low Temperature
58.4
60.0
57.7
55.5
Average Mean Temperature
68.5
70.3
68.5
66.2
Depart from Normal
-0.5
-0.5
-0.4
-1.4
Rank
46th coldest / 125
36th coldest / 83
32nd coldest / 65
15th coldest / 65
Days with lows of 32 deg F or Lower
0
0
0
0
Days with lows of 0 deg F or Lower
0
0
0
0
Days with highs of 32 degrees or lower
0
0
0
0
Days with highs of 90 degrees or warmer
5
6
5
5
 
 
 
 
 
Precipitation (Inches)
5.11
7.20
4.24
2.33
Depart from Normal
+0.5
+2.25
+0.15
-1.71
Rank
33rd wettest / 125
22nd wettest / 100
23rd wettest / 100
25th driest / 68
days of 0.01 or greater
8
8
7
11
days of 0.10 or greater
5
8
6
8
days of 0.50 or greater
5
4
3
1
days of 1.00 or greater
1
3
2
0
Monthly Snowfall
0
0
 
 

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