September is looking like a wetter than normal month, which may be what we need to avoid a drought as things have been dry the past few months. At the same time, we'll be looking at near normal temperatures, which should cause a nice kick-off to fall.
On average, high temperatures in September are in the upper 70s and low temperatures are in the lower 50s. Rainfall amounts are typically around 3 inches and we don't typically see any snow in September. You can click on the links above for a city by city breakdown of the averages for September from the Illinois State Climatologist.
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