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Wouldn't the fact that June 2017's coldest and warmest readings (51° and 94° respectively) mirrored June 2012's be worth putting up here as well?


With so many findings to consider, I choose a handful of observations that I feel are the most compelling. Now, if in addition to the same hottest and coolest readings, June 2017 and 2012 had the same average high/low as well as the same amount of rainfall, now THAT would have warranted mention in the post!


in addition to this month's ten lows in the 70s, there were four other days with lows of 68° and 69°. the last time June had fourteen lows of 68° or warmer was in 1994 (third hottest ever) and the last time June experienced more such lows was in 1943 (hottest ever) with sixteen.

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