Posted by: Jennifer Zeppelin, Chief Meteorologist - email
Now that we are almost midway into the month of the June and the official start to summer is just a week away, here is the latest update on the expected weather pattern through the end of the month.
Regarding temperatures, the model data has us between an area of above normal temperatures to our east and below normal to our west. Since that puts us right in the middle, we will likely be either near normal or slightly above normal temperature wise the next two weeks.
(Summer Begins June 21st) June's Normal High: 87/ Normal Low: 68
After a wet start to the month, the latest model data appears to shut off the moisture tap through the end of June. I don't completely agree, I think we could see some isolated activity pop up from June 21-29, but overall it doesn't look like we will see any significant precipitation coming our way through the end of the month.