Fall is here so shall we cheer or jeer: Autumn weather outlook

Well the summer is over and now is the season of apple cider, pumpkin spice lattes and fall foliage. Of course, weather-wise, temperatures are going to start to cool. We only have a few weeks in the early part of the summer with above average searing heat but other than that, summer temperatures were pretty average. As we wind down September, what does October, or the Fall season have in store for us. Well the October and Fall outlook is out and we’ll examine the data to see what the season may entail.

During the month of October, the average temperature is around 74 degrees, depending on the city, in eastern North Carolina and the average rainfall is 3.27 inches, depending on the city. The outlook for the month of October suggests that we’ll see average temperatures and average rainfall.

The average temperature for November is 65 across the east and 55 degrees for the month of December. The average precipitation for the month of November is  3.11 inches and 3.27 for the month of December. The outlook suggests that we’ll have a 40 percent chance of above average temperatures and a about a 30 percent chance of above average precipitation.

Whatever the weather, the First Alert Weather team will keep you informed.

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