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View Poll Results: Rating out of 10
10 0 0%
9 1 7.69%
8 2 15.38%
7 1 7.69%
6 1 7.69%
5 2 15.38%
4 1 7.69%
3 2 15.38%
2 1 7.69%
1 1 7.69%
0 1 7.69%
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Old 06-30-2019, 05:13 PM
Status: "347 days to go." (set 18 hours ago)
 
Location: Sheffield, England
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Post the summary of June and also rate the month out of 10.

Text summary: June 2019 was colder and much much wetter than average here. There was one warm day but otherwise it was a load of crap, with tons of frontal rain and no thunderstorms at all. It was super cloudy with probably less than 100 hours of sun.

Rating: 1.4/10; "Total Stinker".

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Old 07-01-2019, 04:13 AM
 
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Started out insane hot and dry, then got 11"+ of rain, then once it got close to summer that started on the 21st it went back to bone dry and super hot with record highs in Tampa at 98f.
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Old 07-01-2019, 04:17 AM
 
Location: Bologna, Italy
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my summary:


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Charts to come at some point in the future !
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Old 07-01-2019, 05:45 AM
 
Location: St Paul's Bay, Malta
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June here was well above average, with no rain & average sunshine. The month started as May continued, below average, which had caused the sea temperature to also be below average. The heat soon caused that to rise to 26C by the end of the month, the higher sea temperature also caused higher humidity than is normally experienced in June.

Stats from my PWS in St. Paul's Bay

Average High: 32.0C (+1.7C)
Average Low: 24.2C (+2.2C)
Overall Mean: 28.1C (+1.9C)

Highest Max: 36.4C (23rd)
Lowest Min : 17.7C (1st)
Lowest Max: 25.1C (1st)
Highest Min: 28.5C (24th)

Rainfall: 0.0mm

Sunshine: 351.0hrs (100%)

Max UV: 10.4
Min UV: 8.4



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Old 07-01-2019, 06:12 AM
 
Location: Brighton/London
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^ wow what a sudden warm up
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Old 07-01-2019, 08:05 AM
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Location: Surrey/London
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June 2019 in London. It was a month of 2 very different halves; the first half was one of the coldest and wettest starts to a summer ever recorded, with a high of only 12.8c on 10th. It eventually warmed up, with a high of 34.0c being recorded on 29th. Overall, temperatures were slightly above average (+0.5), rainfall was well above average (181%), and sunshine yet again below average (83%).




I'd rate it a 5/10. Losing most of the points for the awful first half, lack of sun and extreme rainfall.
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Old 07-01-2019, 08:25 AM
 
Location: Austin, TX
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I rated June 9/10. I was able to go to the lake every weekend. There was rain but it was mainly confined to the weekdays and lots of sun. High for the month was 97, low was 64. It was a pretty good month. Most days in the upper 80's/low 90's and varying dewpoints. Most nights were breezy, balmy, and comfy.
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Old 07-01-2019, 08:36 AM
 
Location: Perth, WA
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Above average (particularly the nights), cloudy and very wet. Somehow Perth Metro got more rain than Jandakot which is very unusual for winter! These rains were very welcome though and seem to be continuing into early July.

Perth Metro:

High Max: 25.5C (1st)
Mean Max: 19.8C (+0.4C)
Low Max: 15.7C (11th)

Monthly Average: +0.55C

High Min: 14.9C (25th)
Mean Min: 9.2C (+0.7C)
Low Min: 2.1C (19th)

Rainfall: 212.0 (170% of normal 124.5mm)
Rain Days: 18 (+3.7)
Sun hours: 161.5
Sun hours/day: 5.4 (-0.5 hrs/day)



Jandakot:

High Max: 25.6C (1st)
Mean Max: 19.5C (+0.4C)
Low Max: 15.0C (28th)

Monthly Average: +1.05C

High Min: 14.3C (25th)
Mean Min: 9.1C (+1.7C)
Low Min: 1.4C (19th)

Rainfall: 204.4mm (134% of normal 152.3mm)
Rain Days: 17 (+1.5)
Sun hours: 165.1
Sun hours/day: 5.4 (-0.5 hrs/day)

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Old 07-01-2019, 09:19 AM
 
Location: Seattle area
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Above average temperatures, below average rain. Rating 7/10.

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Old 07-01-2019, 09:56 AM
 
Location: Downtown Phoenix, AZ
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June 2019 Summary Phoenix, AZ

Highest Temp 44.4°C
Lowest Temp 22.2°C
Minimum High 35.6°C
Maximum Low 31.7°C

Avg High 40.0°C Dep -0.1°C
Avg Low 25.6°C Dep -0.6°C

Mean Temp 32.8°C Dep -0.35°C

Total Rainfall= 0 mm
Departure= +0.00 mm

Records=1

I. Record High 44.4°C on 6/12
(Tied 1918,1933,1936,1974)
Departure +5.0°C

Five Warmest Days

I. 30th 37.5°C (43.3°C/31.7°C)
II. 29th 37°C (43.9°C/30°C)
III. 12th 35.6°C (44.4°C/26.7°C)
IV. 11th 35.6°C (42.2°C/28.9°C)
V. 28th 35°C (43.3°C/26.7°C)

Five Coolest Days

I. 1st 29.4°C (36.7°C/22.2°C)
II. 2nd 30°C (35.6°C/24.4°C)
IIItie. 3rd 30°C (36.7°C/23.3°C)
IVtie. 4th 30°C (36.7°C/23.3°C)
V. 8th 30.3°C (37.8°C/22.8°C)

After a well below average May, this June which was seasonal was almost a shock to the system
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