In a month that was on the cool side (2.6 degrees below average), today stood out because it was quite hot. With a high/low of 95°/74°, it was fifteen degrees above average. This was the first of four days this summer with a high of 95° (the other three were in July).
Although it was just a spritz, the 0.01" of rain that fell this afternoon was the first measurable rain on this date in 15 years.
For the second day in a row the high hit 96°, a record for the date. This was the last day of a four-day heat wave. (The next time there would be a heat wave of this length in June would be in 2021, June 6-9).