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By: Mikeman444 , 3:35 AM GMT on September 02, 2013
Before we look at the upcoming month of extremes lets look at how August turned out.
I'm my August 2013 forecast I noted that a change in weather patterns would eliminate any chance of snow. It did and then some. With no real signs the pattern changed dramatically, what first looked like a risk of snow has turned into roasting 30C heat and the pattern is fresh and may possibly last two weeks.
September 2013 Forecast
Issued: 9:12pm Sept 1 2013
Overall September will be very warm to hot southern and central regions and slightly warmer than normal in northern regions. Rainfall overall will surprisingly be near over most areas except the south due to unusually high humidity and thunderstorm activity for the time of year.
Sept 1-10: Hot to very hot, 25-32C in northern and central regions and up to 35C over much of the southern regions. Dry aside from thunderstorm activity. Fire risk may start to creep up as moisture dries up.
Sept 10-20: Still Hot, with temperatures over the southern and central regions around 30C. First signs of fall try to eat away at the heat with colder temperatures in the northern parts
Sept: 20-31: Hot weather finally starts to break down with the first real shot of fall weather, Some flurries in the Rockies and foothills while the clash of air masses may trigger a major storm for eastern regions.
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