June Weather And Records
WEST MICHIGAN — (FOX 17) — It’s the start of another new month, and here is some of the normal weather for June and some of the records that exist.
TEMPERATURES: The normal high in June rises from 75º on the 1st to 82º by the 30th. Normal lows increase from 53º to 61º. The record high for June is 102º, which was set on the 1st in 1934 and the 20th in 1953. These dates are the only time the high temperature has exceeded 100º in June. The record low for the month is 32º, set on the 4th in 1945. This is the latest freeze on record for Grand Rapids and the only time temperatures have dropped to freezing in June.
RAINFALL: There is normally 3.77″ of rain in June. There has been as much as 13.22″ in 1892 and as little as 0.25″ in 1988.
LENGTH OF DAYLIGHT: There is over 15 hours of daylight throughout the entire month. The date with the most amount of daylight is June 19. The sunrise that day is at 6:03am, and the sunset is at 9:25pm. This results in 15 hours and 22 minutes of daylight. Starting June 20, the length of daylight starts to decrease, though slowly at first.
FORECAST: We’ll have the latest forecast for your outside plans on FOX 17 News, or at http://www.fox17online.com/weather