September was extremely wet while temperatures were mostly above normal.

The month began active with widespread showers and thunderstorms on the 1st, including flash flooding around Edgewood. A gradual drying trend began on the 2nd and continue through the 7th as dry air moved in from the east. Moisture began to increase over western New Mexico on the 9th, then over the entire state on the 10th and 11th. This was an impressive, epic, historical surge of moisture, especially for mid September. Widespread heavy rain, flash flooding and river flooding was reported from the 10th through 16th, with more isolated flooding from the 17th through 20th. Much drier weather followed through the 27th. A strong cold front delivered showers and storms on the 28th, then New Mexico experienced a dry and chilly end of the month is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.