We are already rapidly approaching a new time of year — Meteorological Fall — which starts on September 1st. As the seasons begins to turn, we always find a little extra excitement in issuing our September outlook. There is something inherently more significant about it; maybe the colder trend in temperature, the approaching change in wavelength, or the growing hum of conversation about the winter ahead.
The beauty of meteorology is that each year, month, week, and even day have their own flavors that make every forecast a unique challenge.
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