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January-February 2015

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September featured highly variable precipitation and temperatures, both temporally and spatially. For example, a cold snap led to widespread frost and freezes across the northern Plains and upper Midwest from September 11–13, followed by an extended period of late-season warmth. Meanwhile, early-fall dryness in the upper Midwest contrasted with heavy rain a little farther south.

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