NWS Duluth: Expect A Cooler End To August, Start To September
Does this mean fall is upon us? According to the National Weather Service of Duluth, we are going to have a brisk end to August and a brisk start to September.
The National Weather Service of Duluth shared the news across their social media pages Wednesday (August 19th), writing that we will trend cooler as we head into the end of August and head into the new month of September.
According to their report, highs are looking to peak in the middle to upper 60s across the Northland during that time, which screams fall a whole lot more than it screams summer!
Whether this is a sign that summer is over or just a fluke before temperatures rebound later in the month, I don't know. However, if this is a sign that we are officially heading into fall and winter territory I am okay with it, especially after reading the predictions of this winter season from the Old Farmer's Almanac.
According to their predictions, we are looking at a mild winter in the Northland. Forecasters there are predicting a "light winter" with warmer-than-normal temperatures for our area. They are also predicting that it won't be an extremely cold winter anywhere across the country which is also a sigh of relief!
As for what the rest of September holds, we will have to wait and see. However, the Old Farmer's Almanac is predicting a month free from snow which means we are in the clear for at least another month if their forecast is accurate.