It is beginning to sound like a broken record. It has been dry. Luckily, according to the USDA, we are not in a drought, just "abnormally dry." We are on the verge of being in a moderate drought. We got 1.33 inches of rain in June. That brings our yearly total to 8.55 inches. That puts us 9.5 inches behind the normal total of 18.08 inches in the Ann Arbor area. We had four days of rain with the maximum amount coming on the 18th. (0.56 inches)
The highest temperature was 98.3 degrees. Many places in southeastern Michigan recorded triple digits on the 28th of June, but the golf course micro climate kept the temps out of the 100's. We did see five days with a high temperature above 90 degrees. The lowest temperature was 44.6 degrees (June 6th.) The average temperature for the month was 70.3.
The highest wind speed was 28 mph (June 3rd) and the average wind speed was 2.9 mph.