Welcome to June! It is now officially meteorological summer. The 6th month of the year is one of our hottest and stormiest. Below you can see the averages on the first day and last day of June.
The good news is that the daylight is increasing, but it will also start shrinking come the 22nd.
Along with the longer days come the peak of tornado season. June is one of our stormiest months of the year, so stay sky aware. Here in the Upper Midwest the weather can be very unpredictable. Below are a few of the weather extremes seen in Minnesota during the month of June.
AVERAGE TWIN CITIES RAINFALL FOR JUNE 4.34"
JUNE 1, 1993 ST CLOUD HAS ITS LATEST FREEZING TEMPERATURE
JUNE 1, 1897 IT WAS 18° IN TOWER
JUNE 16, 1992 WORSE DAILY TORNADO OUTBREAK IN MN WITH 27 TWISTERS