We’re already through more than a third of June but, theprecipitation total for the month is less, than 20 percent of the localarea norm.
The official Environment Canada total through yesterday was 14 millimeters, in a month when the average is 71 point four.
However, temperatures are running right in line, with the monthly norms.
The average daytime high for June is 19 point two degrees and, so far this year, we’re averaging 19 point four.
The warmest day so far this month was the 2nd, when we reached a high of 25 point two degrees.
However, that’s still well off the record high for the month, set onthe 17th, in 1969, when the temperature rose to 31 point sevendegrees.