WeatherWatcher: June in review, Forecast

Sunday, July 1, 2018

June is over, and our unofficial start of summer is right around the corner on July 5th.

For the first time since summer of 2012, June has been a near normal month for temperatures.

We had a heat wave during the third week of the month, bringing us a high temperature of 95°F on Monday June 18th.

Here's the temperature graphs for the month of June compared to average:

Our rainfall for the month was above average, mostly due to the thunderstorms that moved through and this most recent week of cold and rainy weather. Without the extra precipitation from the thunderstorms, we would have probably come in right at about normal for the month.

Forecast: We are transitioning to a slightly warmer and drier weather pattern this week. We are still looking at morning clouds with a chance of rain or drizzle most of the week, especially overnight and into the morning hours. However, we are clearing in the afternoons with sunny skies and high temperatures reaching the mid-upper 70's by late in the week. Lows will range in the 50's all week.

Longer range is hinting at seasonal weather to continue into the weekend with temperatures keeping around the upper 70's and low 80's for highs and lows in the 50's.

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