Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo takes a look back at the month of August, which to noone’s surprise was one of the wettest Augusts on record. What many may not realize is that it was our warmest August on record despite many spots reaching 90 thanks to warm and muggy nights.
September is the start of meteorological autumn where average temperatures start to fall. It is often still a warm month with less showers and thunderstorms though tropical systems can bring heavy rainfall in some years. We also start to get more foggy mornings. This September looks like it will be drier than August. It will still be a warm month.