On a showery day, the high/low was only 50°/47°. The high was 20 degrees below average.
Although just 0.03" of rain fell today (between 3-4 PM), it was the first measurable rainfall on this date in 17 years. The day was gray and coo,l with a high of only 60°.
Heavy rain fell between 5-11 PM, amounting to 1.60". During one 15-minute period (between 6:55-7:10 PM), 0.48" of rain poured down.
This was the second day in a row with a record high as the mercury topped out at 93°. The next 90-degree day wouldn't be for another two months (and it would be the only other 90-degree day of the summer.)
This was the last of four consecutive days with morning lows in the chilly low 40s, well below the average of 55°.
After four days in a row of sunny and mild weather, today was a gray, rainy Monday. 1.40" of rain fell, with a particularly heavy downpour occurring during AM rush hour, with 0.57" measured between 9-10:00.
Today was just the second 80-degree day of the year, coming six weeks after the first (4/9). This was the greatest number of days between the first and second 80-degree day in eight years, when there was a gap of 45 days. (The longest gap, in the years since 1900, was 58 days in 1928). Today's high of 86° was the warmest reading since the first week of September 2012.