Mostly sunny, with a high near 56. Areas of drizzle with a chance of showers before 8pm, then areas of drizzle between 8pm and 10pm. Areas of drizzle before noon, then areas of drizzle with a chance of showers after noon. At the end of the month, a small pocket of extreme drought (D3) developed in central Alabama. On September 10, 2019, a wind gust of 59 mph (94.95 kph) was reported near Gallatin, Tennessee. The strongest reported winds occurred in North Carolina during Hurricane Dorian, with the Cedar Island Ferry Terminal in North Carolina reporting a wind gust of 110 mph (49 m/s), Fort Macon, NC reporting 85 mph (38 m/s), and Beaufort, NC reporting 82 mph (37 m/s). Check to see how much rain has fallen in your region within the last week, month or year. Severe drought (D2) still covered small areas in Alabama, central Georgia, and areas in central South Carolina. Not only did both locations set new records for wettest September, both observed their highest single-day precipitation total for the entire month. of precipitation. All of Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin were free of drought, and even abnormally dry conditions, by October 1st, while just a few counties in Michigan and Missouri were affected by drought. Concerns at this time include the timing of the first freeze (some have already experienced this) and the wetness. Unsurprisingly, Texas tallied the most reports total (33), while Arkansas tallied the fewest (10). So, the accumulative total for that hour would be 0.08 in. The lowest dew point reading has been 42.8 degrees fahrenheit at 9:00 PM, while the highest dew point is 46.4 degrees fahrenheit at 4:15 PM. The first set of monthly snow totals are averages for 2010 to 2019. Some evacuations and water rescues also occurred. Please select one of the following: Areas of drizzle with a slight chance of showers. In September, there were a total of 96 storm reports across Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee. For further details on the weather and climate events in the Midwest, see the weekly and monthly reports at the. These storms moved slowly, dumping heavy rain over some of the same areas that have experienced flooding off and on much of the year. Growers in Alabama continue to harvest cotton, soybean, and peanuts. Among these long-term stations setting records were Akron, Ohio (129 years), Dayton, Ohio (126 years), Springfield, Missouri (132 years), St. Louis, Missouri (145 years), Indianapolis, Indiana (149 years), Lexington, Kentucky (135 years), and Louisville, Kentucky (148 years). Precipitation was above normal across most of the northern half of the Western U.S. as well as portions of southern Arizona and northern California. There was only one day with measurable precipitation [0.01 inches (0.25 mm)] during September in Huntington, with the site having its longest streak of days with less than or equal to 0.01 inches (0.25 mm) of precipitation at 36 days from August 28 through October 3, 2019 (the streak was ongoing at time of publication).