Earlier this week, KELOLAND saw what’s typically the warmest day of the year!
July 22 marks the turning point where our average highs begin to go down. By the end of the month, highs in the southeast will have dropped a full degree.
Our average highs peak in July. Which means in August it slowly begins to cool down with the biggest temp changes happening in September and October. Average highs by the end of September are in the 60s!
October continues the cool down with average highs in the 50s by the end of the month.
Which is interesting because our average lows right now are in the lower 60s. So if you want to get a feel for the upcoming weather, just imagine the morning temperatures in the afternoon.
And just a quick glance at the forecast shows that the cooler than average, fall-like weather will continue through the weekend but the end of the seven day forecast hints at the warm, summer-like weather returning to the area.