Wrapping up a warmer than normal autumn

Yellow leaves are highlighted against a blue sky
Yellow leaves are highlighted against a blue sky in Dayton, Minn., as fall colors start to appear in the Twin Cities metro area on Oct. 5.
Andrew Krueger | MPR News file

From September through November, more than 60 percent of days were warmer than normal in Minnesota, according to retired University of Minnesota meteorologist and climatologist Mark Seeley. He ran down the balmy weather and more with MPR News host Cathy Wurzer in their weekly weather chat.

Use the audio player above to listen to their conversation.

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