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Fall officially arrives at 2:04 Friday morning. But, Michael Palmer with the Weather Channel says we'll be experiencing continued summer-like weather for a while. "It looks like probably the first month of fall, I think is going to be, for the most part, on the warm side, or at least above average for this time of year. We really didn't have much of a summer. Certainly June, July, well below average and even through the first part of August. The latter half of August and into the middle of September, that's when we had the hottest weather, we went into the upper 80's and even the 90's." Palmer says we've cooled down a little bit now and it will get cooler next week.  But generally,  we will be above average for the first part of fall.

 

 

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