(Farmington) Missouri’s weather outlook for autumn is expected to be drier-than-normal.
In an update from the National Weather Service’s Climate Prediction Center, meteorologists say they predict the La Nina conditions we have had this year will continue at least a few more months.
Missouri also has about a 40 to 50-percent chance of above-average temperatures this fall.
What happens after November is still up in the air.
The first day of fall is Thursday, September 22nd.