September’s measurable rainfall in Franklin was almost 1.5 inches below the average for the month.

During September, a total of 2.45 inches of rain was recorded, which is 1.48 inches less than the average for the month of 3.93 inches.

Through Sept. 30 a total of 43.91 inches of rain had been recorded during 2020, which is 6.48 inches more than the average of 37.43 inches through the first nine months of a calendar year.

The most rain recorded during a single calendar day in September was eight tenths of an inch on Sept. 3.

There were nine days with measurable rain during the month.

The month’s high temperature was 87 degrees and the low was 45 degrees. The average daily high temperature during September was 78 degrees and the average daily low was 58 degrees.

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