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Sandy Hook and nearby Monmouth County and Raritan Bay on the morning of June 25th. A few low-altitude cumulus clouds (and their shadows) dot the landscape, while cirrus reside overhead. Photo by Doug Robinson.

Rather Typical: June 2018 Recap

Dr. David A. Robinson
July 5, 2018

After an ample share of ups and downs throughout the past spring, the weather in June became rather typical for the start of summer. It was drier than average in the north and wetter than usual in the south, with the temperature close to the long-term mean. Fortunately, New Jersey entered the heart of summer with reservoirs full. However, with the onset of an apparent extended period of heat late in the month, it is certainly prudent to conserve water wisely.

The June average statewide temperature of 69.8° equaled the 1981–2010 mean, but is 1.0° above the 1895–present average. This tied with 1906 and 1967 as the 42nd mildest June on record. Precipitation averaged 3.43” across NJ, which is 0.58” below the 1981–2010 mean. This ranks as the 57th driest June, tied with 2011.


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