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September weather wrap

The weather last month was a little warmer than normal for the month of September in the Quinte region.

According to Environment Canada and readings taken at CFB Trenton, the average high temperature last month was around 23 degrees celsius. The normal high for a September is 21 degrees.

Last month’s average low was just under 12 degrees. Once again, that was a couple of degrees warmer than is usual for the month.

As far as rainfall is concerned, 82 millimetres of rain fell last month, a little less than the usual amount of 90 mm.

 

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