According to the National Weather Service, this summer has been an abnormally wet one for Central Illinois with a lot of rainfall and some flooding. Although, this summer has been normal in regards to temperatures and heat. But as September nears, so does the Fall season, and Chris Miller, Warning Coordination Meteorologist from the National Weather Service, said for the Fall months temperatures will be a bit warm, but precipitation should be normal.
Miller did say that this winter should be back to normal and shouldn't look be at all like last year where there was more rain than snow.
Miller said no matter what the weather poses to be, expected the unexpected and make sure you are fully prepared for anything. Miller appeared on the NEWTALK WTIM Morning Show.