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June Weather

Rain in the extended forecast

There is not much change from the last article. It appears June will remain a warm and humid month overall. Most daytime temperatures will remain at or below 90 degrees but nighttime low temperatures will be much above average due to more clouds and humidity during June. Expect lots of lows in the 60s and even some 70s in June.

Even though there are pockets of dry areas, expect a wetter month of June. There are some scattered rain chances early and again the middle of the week but it will be scattered. Rain chances appear to increase into the week of June 14-21 with locally heavy rain possible.

See the latest week 2 outlook from NOAA at:

The 16-day rainfall outlook on NOAA/NWS/Ohio River Forecast Center:

Normal rainfall is close to an inch per week.

The latest water resources outlook from the Ohio River Forecast Center can be found at:

Looking ahead into July, temperatures still look normal or slightly above normal with rainfall possibly drying out.

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