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June outlook

May 31, 2014


  May started out very cold, but temperatures rebounded nicely during the final week of the month. Our average monthly temperature for May was half of a degree below normal in the Twin Cities, making it our seventh consecutive month with colder than normal temperatures. Our warmest reading was 87 degrees on the 30th, and our coldest reading was 36 on May 4th. We totaled 4.55 inches of rain, which is 1.19 inches above average.

  Looking ahead, the June temperature outlook from the ClimatePredictionCenter of the National Weather Service shows a tendency for below normal temperatures over Minnesota and Wisconsin:


   The outlook doesn’t mean that every day is expected to be cooler than normal…it is the average temp for the entire month that shows a cool tendency. A little bit cool can be okay in June…our average high in the Twin Cities rises from 74 degrees on June 1st to 83 degrees on June 30th.  

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