Now that we’re in June, it’s time to warm it up and keep it there. Unfortunately, that may not be the case.
Our first full week of June will feel more like July as highs will be in the 80s and summertime humidity will also return. This will also happen with mostly dry skies.
While temperatures will start to retreat next week, it may happen as dry skies continue. Here’s the outlook.
We’ll have a split flow with the jet stream. The southern branch will stay south and the northern branch will stay north. While this will keep the most active weather to our north and south, it will also keep us slightly cooler than average. Which means highs mainly in the low to middle 70s.
In this type of pattern, scattered rain will be possible but it may not be as heavy or widespread as past Junes.
Even though June is known as the wettest month of the year on average, it may not live up to it. And I think many would agree that that is a good thing.