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2013 Fall Outlook For Dallas, Denver, Billings And Boise

Aug 31, 13 2013 Fall Outlook For Dallas, Denver, Billings And Boise

Dallas, TX:

September 2013: The month will see an average of 80-90F for daytime highs through the month, with the chance of seeing a few days hit the 92-96F range as well. The overnight lows for the month will average around 65-75F, with the coldest spell for the month being in the 50-54F range. Looking at the month for precipitation, there will be around a trace to one inch of rainfall, while no snowfall is expected for the month.

October 2013: The month will have forecasted high temps to be in the 70-80F, with the chance of seeing a few days hit the 84-88. Looking at the low temps for the month, the average will be around 60-70F; there will be a few nights that fall into the 46-52F range as well. Rainfall for the month will be around two to four inches. While the city should avoid snowfall for the month, there will be a high chance of seeing frost during the month.

November 2013: The day time highs will average around 60-70F, with the chance of seeing a few days hit the 75-79F range. Low temps will fall to around 40-50F, with the chance of also seeing nights fall below freezing with 34-38F being very likely during the month. Precipitation for the month will be around one to two inches of rainfall along with a frost and light freeze.

Denver, CO:

September 2013: The month will see an average of 70-80F for daytime highs through the month, with the chance of seeing a few days hit the 86-90F range as well. The overnight lows for the month will average around 40-50F, with the coldest spell for the month being in the 26-30F range. Looking at the month for precipitation, there will be around two to four inches of rainfall. While no snowfall is expected for the month, the chance for frost will be high along with a freeze.

October 2013: The month will be cooler than September for high temps, with the forecasted high temps to be in the 60-70F, with the chance of seeing a few days hit the 76-80. Looking at the low temps for the month, the average will be around 30-40F. There will be a few nights that fall into the 16-20F range as well. Rainfall for the month will be around a trace to one inch, while the city should see around one to two inches of snowfall for the month, as well.

November 2013: The day time highs will average around 45-55F, with the chance of seeing a few days hit the 60-64F range. Low temps will fall to around 20-30F, with the chance of also seeing nights falling to around 10-15F; this will be the beginning of a cold winter. Precipitation for the month will consist of rainfall of a trace to one inch, while snowfall will be around two to four inches, with possibly one significant winter storm during this period.

Billings, MT:

September 2013: The month will see an average of 60-70F for daytime highs through the month, with the chance of seeing a few days hit the 86-90F range, as well. The overnight lows for the month will average around 40-50F, with the coldest spell for the month being in the 35-39F range. Looking at the month for precipitation, there will be around one to two inches of rainfall, while no snowfall is expected for the month.

October 2013: The month will be slightly cooler than September for high temps, with the forecasted high temps to be in the 50-60F. There is a chance of seeing a few days hit the 66-70. Looking at the low temps for the month, the average will be around 30-40F; there will be a few nights that fall into the 12-16F range, as well. Rainfall for the month will be around one to two inches; snowfall may be heavy for the month, with around six to nine inches possible towards the end of the month.

November 2013: The day time highs will average around 40-50F, with the chance of seeing a few days hit the 55-59F range. Low temps will fall to around 20-30F, with the chance of seeing nights fall to below freezing; 6-10F is very likely during the month. Precipitation for the month will consist of rainfall around a trace to one inch and snowfall for the month around one to two inches.

Boise, ID:

September 2013: The month will see an average of 60-70F for daytime highs through the month, with the chance of seeing a few days hit the 88-92F range as well. The overnight lows for the month will average around 40-50F, with the coldest spell for the month being in the 36-40F range. Looking at the month for precipitation, there will be around a trace to one inch of rainfall and no snow.

October 2013: The month will be cooler than normal, with the forecasted high temps to be in the 50-60F, with the chance of seeing a few days hit the 76-80F. Looking at the low temps for the month, the average will be around 30-40F. There will be a few nights that fall into the 15-20F range as well. Rainfall for the month will be around a trace to one inch, while the city should see a hard freeze along with trace to one inch of snowfall.

November 2013: The day time highs will average around 40-50F, with the chance of seeing a few days hit the 56-60F range. Low temps will fall to around 30-40F, with the chance of seeing nights fall to around 16-20F; very cold conditions in store for the month. Precipitation for the month will consist of rainfall around one to two inches and snowfall around a trace to one inch for the month.

*Note all outlooks are provided from CLIMO DOME, which is a model derived by Meteorologist Joshua Kelly. You can reach him on redOribt.com Facebook account to learn more about the model in detail.

Currently CLIMO DOME is running at 85 percent accurate 30 days in advance and up to 83 percent accurate for 60 days in advance.

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