Ithaca Climate Summary for June 1997
- With an average temperature of 65.1 degrees, the month of June was 1.2
degrees warmer than normal.
- This June, however, was the coolest in the last four years.
- The first half of the month averaged a degree cooler than normal, but the
second half of the month was more than three degrees warmer than normal.
- The warmest reading of the month was 89 degrees on the 25th.
- The coldest temperature of the month was 40 degrees on the 15th.
- June ended the string of consecutive months with drier than normal
weather at five, as 3.90 inches of rain fell during the month (0.13 inches more
- This monthly accumulation was rather deceiving, since 0.82 inches of the
monthly total fell between 8am on May 31 and 8am on June 1.
- The annual deficit was reduced to 3.28 inches, which represents 80% of
- The greatest one-day amount was 1.06 inches on the 26th. Besides the 0.82
inches recorded on the 1st, no other days had reports of over a half inch.
Keith L. Eggleston (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Northeast Regional Climate Center