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September 2020 became the rainiest in Blagoveshchensk in 28 years

September 2020 became the rainiest in Blagoveshchensk in 28 years
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In September this year, 135,6 mm of precipitation fell in Blagoveshchensk - 186% of the norm. It became the rainiest first month of fall since 1992.

The last rain in September brought the city to an all-time high value - 826 mm of precipitation per year. According to Amurhydromet, only twice before in the capital of the Amur Region more than 800 mm fell per year: in 1972 - 819,7 mm, in 2013 - 824,8 mm. Meteorologists claim that 2020 is the wettest year on record in Blagoveshchensk.

At the same time, the average September temperatures were 1,5-4,5 degrees higher than the perennial ones. Even the first frosts were relatively weak and were observed only in certain areas.

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