Fall Starts Monday, Temperatures Through December Forecast to Be Above Average

By Jesse Sokolow on 21 September 2019
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DSC_0842 (1)If you enjoyed the above average temperatures of the past summer, rejoice!  The National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration’s fall outlook is calling for above-average temperatures for the continental United States.

Consistent with the outlook, Monday, the first day of fall, will see temperatures hotter than average in the South and East.  This weather should be a harbinger of things to come through the beginning of October, according to the National Weather Service.

Southerners will see more 90° F (32° C) heat on Monday in what has already been one of the hottest Septembers on record for many cities in the region.  In the Northeast, highs will continue around 85° F (29° C) in southern New England to 90° F in Washington, D.C.

Meanwhile, the meteorological summer of 2019 was the hottest on record for the Northern Hemisphere, the agency said.

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