Wednesday was a taste of autumn and there may be more on the way.
There was no record heat on Wednesday as the thick clouds and rain showers helped keep the temperatures 25 to 30 degrees cooler in southeast KELOLAND. The cool air is a reminder we're almost halfway through September and about a week and a half from the official start to autumn.
This hit of cool air will slowly leave us over the next couple of days. Temperatures will warm back to the 80s in central and western KELOLAND this weekend. Stronger hits of cool air will become more common over the next several weeks.
The next batch will arrive early next week.
Some models are suggesting light snow will be possible in North Dakota. Frost may be possible in northern and northeast KELOLAND on Tuesday morning.
Record heat from our first two (now second and third) driest summers occurred in late September. It was 93 degrees on September 28, 1894 and 90 degrees on September 30, 1976.
Either way, you'll notice more temperature swings for the rest of the month.