The remnants of Tropical Storm Gordon resulted in a wetter than average September in Hannibal.

The numbers from he official National Weather Service measuring station at the Hannibal Filter Plant show a total of 4.3 inches of rain fell in September, about an inch more than average.

Almost all of that total fell over three days as Gordon made its way through the region. The filter plant reported 1.7 inches of rain on the 6th and 1.58 inches on the 7th.

It was also a warm September in Hannibal. There were ten days during the month in which the high temperature reached 90 or above. The warmest days were the 19th and 20th, when the day’s high reached 92.

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