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Old 09-30-2010, 03:17 PM
 
Location: Buxton, England
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Buxton, Derbyshire, England
Unofficial September 2010 Climatic Records
Latitude 53*N Longitude 1.5*W Elevation 338m/1110ft AMSL

Valid 1st- 30th September, 2010

Mean Maximum: 15.1C / 59.2F
Mean Minimum: 8.7C / 47.7F
Mean Temperature: 11.9C / 53.4F
Highest Temperature: 20.4C / 68.7F (1st)
Lowest Temperature: 2.4C / 36.3F (25th)
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Lowest Maximum: 10.3C / 50.5F (24th)
Highest Minimum: 13.9C / 57.0F (11th)
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Precipitation: 130mm / 5.12"
Days with rain >1mm: 12
Days with rain/drizzle: 18
Most in one day: 21mm / 0.83" (6th)
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Mean Pressure: 1014.6mb
Max Pressure: 1024mb (3rd)
Min Pressure: 1000mb (7th)
Average Maximum Wind Gust: 29.5mph
Maximum Wind Gust: 64mph (15th)
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Sunshine hours: 95.4
Most in one day: 10.58 (1st)
Average per day: 3.18 hours
Sunless days: 5
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Days with:
Sleet/Snow: 0
Fog: 3
Hail/Ice Pellets: 1 (23rd)
Thunderstorm: 2 (7th, 23rd)
Nights below freezing: 0

Month synopsis:
Near average temperatures.
However, it was the coldest september in my personal memory.
It was also the dullest in my personal memory.
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Old 09-30-2010, 04:39 PM
 
Location: Western Massachusetts
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Chicopee, Massachusetts

Mean Maximum: 77F / 25C
Mean Minimum: 54F / 12C
Mean Temperature: 66F / 19C

Highest Temperature: 95F / 35C
Lowest Temperature: 33F / 1C

Lowest Maximum: 64F / 18C
Highest Minimum: 69F / 20C

No clue how to get sunshine hours. One of the warmest September in memory, but it'd feel that much because a number of extremely hot days boosted up the average. The rest of the days were more mildly warm. 10 days broke 80 degrees, including yesterday. And the first two miserable days went into the mid 90s (mid 30s C). It was extremely dry, almost all the precipitation was from the last week. It has looked like a moderate drought here.

Buxton makes an amusing contrast. While the average maximum was 10C cooler than here, the coldest temperature of the month was still warmer than here.
Precipitation: 1.71 inches (I think we got a bit more, this station is a bit south of where I live)
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Old 09-30-2010, 09:57 PM
 
Location: Brisbane, Australia
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Sydney, Australia

Mean Maximum: 21.0C (69.8F)
Mean Minimum: 12.3C (54.1F)

Highest Maximum: 27.1C (80.8F)
Highest Minimum: 16.6C (61.9F)

Lowest Maximum: 16.8C (62.2F)
Lowest Minimum: 8.2C (46.8F)

Total Sunshine: 218 hours (7.2 avg / day)
Total Rainfall: 42.2mm (1.6 inches)

Lowest Maximum: 64F / 18C
Highest Minimum: 69F / 20C

After a very bright and sunny August, the month started off quite gloomy with dull overcast conditions for the first 4 days.

This picked up, however, and by month end the stats were a reflection of what is normally expected (bang on sunshine hours, marginally higher average temps, but lower rainfall).

Ironically, October is starting out much the same as September started out
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Old 10-01-2010, 02:12 PM
 
Location: Vancouver, BC
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Vancouver International Airport
September 2010

Average High: 18.5C (65.3F)
Average Low: 12.2C (54.0F)
Average: 15.3C (59.5F)
Highest High: 25.6C (78.1F) on September 3rd
Lowest High: 14.2C (57.6F) on September 12th
Highest Low: 15.2C (59.4F) on September 17th
Lowest Low: 9.0C (48.2F) on September 22nd & September 23rd
Total Precip: 166.4mm (6.55 inches)
Greatest daily total: 34.2mm (1.35 inches) on September 19th
Max Dewpoint: 17.2C (63F)
Average Dewpoint: 10.6C (51F)
Minimum Dewpoint: 6.1C (43F)
Maximum Sustained Wind: 50 km/h (31 mi/h)
Average Sustained Wind: 10 km/h (7 mi/h)
Maximum Windgust: 58 km/h (36 mi/h)
Maximum Sea Level pressure: 1024 hPa (30.25 in)
Average Sea Level pressure: 1015 hPa (29.97 in)
Minimum Sea Level pressure: 1004 hPA (29.65 in)


Overall, not a bad September for Vancouver. Precipitation wise, it was a bit of a mixed bag between sunny and rainy days which is to be expected at this time of year as we transition to our rainy/winter season. Temperatures were fairly steady throughout the month and were right around average.
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Old 10-01-2010, 02:29 PM
 
Location: New Jersey
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NW New Jersey

Average High: 76 F (2 F above average)
Average Low: 53 F (4 F above average)

Highest High: 92 F (2nd)
Lowest High: 63 F (12th)

Highest Low: 66 F (3rd)
Lowest Low: 38 F (21st)

Not sure of the precipitation since yesterday's totals seems to vary, but I think we may have been slightly below average.

We were in a drought but I'm sure the 8-10 inches of rain we've received over the past couple days have almost knocked that out. Today (October 1st) we received over 2x worth of October's average precipitation. Forecast looks to be wet and below average over the next week or so.
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Old 10-01-2010, 03:08 PM
 
Location: Western Massachusetts
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NW New Jersey

Average High: 76 F (2 F above average)
Average Low: 53 F (4 F above average)

Highest High: 92 F (2nd)
Lowest High: 63 F (12th)

Highest Low: 66 F (3rd)
Lowest Low: 38 F (21st)

Not sure of the precipitation since yesterday's totals seems to vary, but I think we may have been slightly below average.

We were in a drought but I'm sure the 8-10 inches of rain we've received over the past couple days have almost knocked that out. Today (October 1st) we received over 2x worth of October's average precipitation. Forecast looks to be wet and below average over the next week or so.
Seems like your temperatures matched mine again this month, except a degree cooler. Think it was the same the last few months, too. 8-10 inches?! We only got about 3.5, and that seemed like a lot.
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Old 10-01-2010, 05:10 PM
 
Location: New Jersey
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Seems like your temperatures matched mine again this month, except a degree cooler. Think it was the same the last few months, too. 8-10 inches?! We only got about 3.5, and that seemed like a lot.
Very odd. Last month was right on average for both our locations.

I think part of the reason we received more rain was because I'm farther to the west. I'll have to check the totals since they're unofficial and seem high, but I wouldn't doubt we got several inches. It was heavily raining all night and we had a light to moderate rain a good part of today.

3.5 inches is still a lot of rain.
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Old 10-01-2010, 05:47 PM
 
Location: Vancouver, BC
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Just checked our rainfall totals compared to what we normally get for September... even though there were many days we didn't get rain in the month, the days it did rain, we got quite a bit. It seems that our 166.4mm is 3 times our normal precip for the month of September of 53.5mm.
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Old 10-02-2010, 12:16 AM
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Location: Ann Arbor, MI
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Jackson, MS

Average Max: 92.1F/33.5C (5.7F/3.3C above average)
Average Min: 64.9F/18.3C (0.4F/0.2C above average)

Highest Max: 99F/37C (18th)
Highest Min: 73F/23C (7th, 8th, 10th, 11th)

Lowest Max: 78F/26C (27th)
Lowest Min: 50F/10C (30th)

Precip: 0.04in/1.02mm (3.19in/81.02mm below average)

September was hot and dry. Though not horribly humid, it still felt Julyish during the afternoons before it all came crashing down during the last week. Guess autumn decided to come early this year.
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Old 10-02-2010, 12:44 AM
 
Location: New Jersey
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Looks like much of the south will be very sunny and dry over the next several days. Perhaps some record low temperatures?

Jackson, MS may drop into the low 40s. Houston may drop down to the upper 40s. I think the posters from Texas haven't been on lately because the weather has been so nice.
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