September was generally drier and warmer than normal across New Mexico. The exception was wetter than normal conditions in the northwest part of the state.
The first four days of the month were moderately active with flash flooding reported on the 1st over the Las Conchas fire burn scar, and severe weather was noted on the 3rd. The 5th was much drier, with only a moderate increase in activity from the 6th through 9th. Coverage diminished some on the 10th and 11th only to increase again from the 12th through 16th, with the 14th and 15th very active and the 16th not far behind. A drying trend commenced on the 17th and continued through much of the remainder of the month.