September starts the autumn season that sees the average high temperatures drop to the 83°F (28.3°C) to 85°F (29.4°C) range. Rain does not fall short of expectations and is to the tune of 7" (178mm), but a majority of it falls during the passing of storms. Tampa, between 75°F (23.9°C) to 89°F (31.7°C) and West Palm Beach between 75°F (23.9°C) to 89°F (31.7°C) may look quite attractive but September is the peak of the hurricane season, and looks can be deceiving. The fall season in Florida is different from that in the northeast such as New England where it exhibits spectacular fall foliage - comparatively, the majority of Florida flora consists of mangroves, coconuts, and palms along the long coastlines, though state parks in the north comprise of a variety of trees and wildflowers. Temperatures are remarkably uniform, within a few degrees, across the state and different seasons do not produce extreme changes in weather conditions, except for variations due to storms and cold fronts.