I'm a bit late posting my September update to my 2019 temperature quilt. I realized a mistake in how the columns in August had been sewn on so I had to un-stitch both August and September and then reassemble. Whew! All good now!
The first two columns are January and the last two are September 1-15 and then September 16-30.
As you can see, while the distribution is different, the temperatures compare relatively well year to year. Perhaps a few more days in the 90s in 2019 but they were spread out a bit throughout the month.
Looking ahead a bit to October, I am very excited that we actually had a 100 degree day!!!! The official thermometer as recorded at the RDU airport read 100 degrees for all of 10 minutes but that is enough to count. I'm really loving all the variety in October already through the first week or so. Looks to be a colorful month and can't wait to share!
Here is a mapping of the colors.
There are so many temperature quilts popping up and I love them. I wrote up a tutorial on a temperature quilt if you are interested. In addition, Anina is running a 2019 QAL!
Have a wonderful day!