INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Get ready for pumpkin spice lattes, sweater weather and everything fall. It looks like cooler temperatures are heading this way for the month.
Climate Prediction Center has the western United States seeing above normal temperatures while the Great Lakes including Indiana experience below normal temperatures.
As far as precipitation there are clear signals areas in the pacific northwest will see below normal precipitation. Oklahoma and Arkansas will see above normal precipitation. In Indiana we have equal chances to see above normal or below normal precipitation.
September is the month where we see some dramatic changes. Here’s a look at the normal highs and lows at the beginning of the month about 83 and 62. However by the end of the month we see temperatures drop about 10 degrees. Normal precipitation is about 3 inches and no snow is normal.
We also see the first day of fall during the month of September. The Fall equinox occurs on Tuesday September 22nd at 9:30 a.m.