June 2020 Climate Summaries for the Northland

June 2020 was warmer and drier than normal across the Northland! Average temperatures for the month ranked 2nd warmest on record at Brainerd, and 3rd warmest on record at Duluth, and Duluth also had its 3rd driest June on record.

June 2020 Temperature Data for Duluth, Minnesota

June 2020 Precipitation Data for Duluth, Minnesota

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June 2020 Climate Summary for Duluth, Minnesota

Average Temperature: 64.2 degrees
Normal: 60.1 degrees
Departure: +4.1 degrees above normal

Highest temperature: 89 F on the 16th
Lowest temperature: 38 F on the 13th

12 days had a high temperature of at least 80 F – Normal is 5 days

Total Precipitation: 0.69″
Normal: 4.23″
Departure: -3.54″ below normal

Greatest daily precipitation total: 0.19″ on the 29th

Number of days with at least 0.01″ of precipitation: 12
Number of days with at least 0.10″ of precipitation: 2

Number of days with thunder: 5

Notes:

June 2020 was the 3rd driest, and 3rd warmest June on record in station history. Also, the 12 days at or above 80 degrees ranks 5th for most 80 degree days for the month of June.
June 2020 Climate Summary for International Falls, Minnesota

Average Temperature: 63.5 degrees
Departure: +2.7 degrees above normal

Total Precipitation: 2.93″
Departure: -0.99″ below normal

Number of days with thunder: 5
June 2020 Climate Summary for Brainerd, Minnesota

Average Temperature: 70.1 degrees
Departure: +5.2 degrees above normal

Total Precipitation: 2.64″
Departure: -1.75″ below normal

Number of days with thunder: 8

Notes:

June 2020 was the 2nd warmest June on record in station history.
June 2020 Climate Summary for Hibbing, Minnesota

Average Temperature: 61.7 degrees
Departure: +2.3 degrees above normal

Total Precipitation: 3.69″
Departure: -0.47″ below normal

Number of days with thunder: 6
June 2020 Climate Summary for Ashland, Wisconsin

Average Temperature: 64.6 degrees
Departure: +4.0 degrees above normal

Total Precipitation: 1.69″
Departure: -2.13″ below normal

Number of days with thunder: 6

Source: https://mrcc.illinois.edu/

Thanks for reading!

Tim

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