Greensboro, NC -- After what has already been a wet summer in the Triad the outlook calls for the rainy pattern to continue into the fall months.
High temperatures in the month of July were roughly three degrees below normal. As we head into August, September and October temperatures will have an equal chance of being above or below normal. Basically, temperatures going into the fall months will likely be near normal. The normal high temperature is 85, 80 and 70 degrees for August, September and October respectively.
Much of the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic can expect the rainy pattern to continue as well. There is a 40% chance of above normal precipitation in the Triad through August, September and October. The normal amount of precipitation in August is 3.88" with 4.19" and 3.19" in September and October respectively.
The normal annual amount of precipitation in the Triad is 42.23". The Triad has received 24.91" so far in 2013.
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