Summer ends on dry note
October 15, 2020
COLFAX – If July and August precipitation totals were added to the September monthly total, it would still be short of the historical average for September.
After seeing only 0.14 inches of rain at the weather center at the Natural Resource Conservation District, September is well below the average of 1.04.
Following an amply wet June, the subsequent three months have all fallen well below average. Average for the June through September is 3.61 inches. Only 2.53 inches has fallen for the same period this year.
Biggest rain event in September was on Sept. 25 when 0.06 inches fell. All rain events occurred in a seven-day period from Sept. 21 to Sept. 28.