Fall Temps To Be Mild In Ny And Pa Says The National Weather Service

09.27.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Fall temperatures should be mild for New York and Pennsylvania. The National Weather Service in Binghamton has released their annual fall forecast. They say the month of October is going to have above normal temperatures and below normal rainfall conditions that could help crops. The outlook, released for upstate New York and Pennsylvania for the month of October, could be welcome news for farmers-- because it means the growing season is longer. Above normal temps are also expected in November and December.  Steuben County is currently under normal rain conditions. Allegany County is listed as abnormally dry by the U.S. Drought Monitor. Rainfall in Binghamton for September is at 2.65 inches so far, about a tenth of an inch below normal. And about 3 inches of rain have been measured so far this month in Dansville.