via Purdue Extension by Hans Schimtz.
Current models forecast a warmer than average fall, with equal chances for above-normal, below-normal or normal amounts of precipitation.
Current outlooks predict 0.5°F above Fahrenheit above average and wetter than average conditions.
Individual observations of temperatures and extremes can be quite noticable. Notice increased risks and symptoms of heat stress or stroke for livestock, pets, and humans. Additionally, recnet climate trends favor heavier precipitation and increasing longer periods of dryness.