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By Drew Lawson
The Times 

Precipitation may increase as the fall season begins

Significant rain still needed to bring city to 'normal' precipitation rate


Last updated 9/23/2021 at 2:57pm

DAVENPORT—As fall gets into full swing this week, meteorologists with the National Weather Service expect the possibility of increasing precipitation levels in October. However, a significant amount of rain and snow will be required for the area to reach “normal” precipitation levels for an exceedingly dry and windy 2021.

“As we’re getting into fall, October is trending for slightly above normal precipitation with normal seasonal temperatures,” NWS Spokane service hydrologist Robin Fox said. “As we look into the three-month forecast, which includes October through December, w...

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