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Coolest September morning in over a decade

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TUCSON - Starting the work week with something that hasn't happened in 13 years.

This morning's low temperature at Tucson International Airport was 54°, according to 4WARN Meteorologist Jeff Beamish. Not only does this mark the coolest low since May 17th, it's Tucson's coolest September morning in 13 years. The last time the Old Pueblo dropped to 54° during the month of September was 2004. 

While this morning's low was shy of the record set in 1913 (48°), it did come in well below average. Climatology says Tucson's average low in late September is 66°. Quick math puts this morning's low 12° below normal.

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