Recent data has revealed that Bury is the fourth wettest place in the UK during the autumn months due to the amount of rainfall.
Research conducted by LotteryReview found that on average Bury receives 129mm of rain over the season.
Cities that beat Bury for rainfall are Inverness with 168mm of rainfall per month, Morecambe with 135 mm per month and Bolton with 132 mm per month.
Many other North West towns have appeared on the list, including Rochdale, Preston, Oldham and Blackburn.
The weather in Bury is expected to turn more autumnal this week with highs of just 13C on Friday September 30 with heavy rain forecast for most of the day.
Temperatures have dropped dramatically since the start of September; however, we may see a few warmer days again with days next Tuesday (October 4) reaching a high of 17C.
The Met Office provided outlook for the weekend ahead: “Sunshine and breezy showers on Saturday.
“Mostly dry and cloudy Sunday and Monday, but some clearing is likely at times. Winds are easing.
Other data from LotteryCritic also showed that Bury has around 14 days of frost on the ground in autumn which is the same as Bolton and 0.4 days with snow on the ground.