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WEST LAFAYETTE – After an extremely hot and dry summer, farmers and others might wonder what kind of weather they can expect during the fall and coming winter in Indiana.
A variable temperature and precipitation pattern is developing this fall, with September so far a cool and wet month. Indiana’s average temperatures have run nearly two degrees below normal while precipitation has ranged from near normal in the northern third of the state to more than twice normal in central counties, according to the State Climate Office, based at Purdue University.
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