June Statistics

Good afternoon bloggers,

I am back from vacation and analyzing this weeks weather. A cold front will slice through the area Thursday into Friday and there will be a few thunderstorms associated with this front.  As we have experienced, the chance of any wide spread rain is very low, and this leaves us once again with the chance of rain at under 40% at this time. Before we look into the end of the week, here are the June Statistics:


The streak under 100 degrees continues, as the high temperature at KCI Airport was once again just barely under 100, even though it did reach 102 degrees downtown.  It will heat up ahead of the next cold front, and it will most likely stay dry for the 4th of July.


A cold front will be moving our way by Wednesday night and Thursday:



At this time of the year, this would typically be a good timing and set up for a big rain event.  And, one may happen, but only in isolated spots. Most areas are more likely to get anywhere from a few drops to under one inch of rain.  Let’s see how it sets up later this week. Have a great day and thank you for spending a few minutes of your day reading the Action Weather Blog featuring Weather2020 and the LRC. Go over to the Weather2020 blog as we share in this weather experience.


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