As the calendar turns to September, we know our weather is destined to become cool and then cold and, eventually, very cold. Nothing will stop that.
But at this point, it is still likely that we will have another day or two of genuinely summer weather. Temperatures in the 90s are far more common in July and August than at any other time of year, but one or two days in the 90s in September happens every year or two.
There are even a few instances of 100-degree days in September. The latest (in the year) was 101 on Sept. 22, 1936. The latest 90-degree day on record was recorded on Oct. 17, 1910. The latest 80-degree day in the record book is Oct. 25, 1989. Seventy-degree weather has occurred no later than the 73 degrees recorded Nov. 17, 1953. The latest 60-degree day was on Dec. 6, 1965. Temperatures of at least 50 degrees have occurred in every month of the year in Fargo-Moorhead.