GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (June 2, 2014) — Here is a look at the normal June weather, as well as some records that exist.
TEMPERATURES: Normal highs start at 75 degrees on the 1st and rise to 82 by the 30th. Normal lows rise from 53 to 61. The record high is 102, set on the 20th in 1953. The record low is 32, set on the 4th in 1945.
PRECIPITATION: Normal rainfall in June is 3.77″. There has been as much as 13.22″ in 1892 and as little as 0.25″ in 1988.
LENGTH OF DAYLIGHT: The length of daylight is above 15 hours all month, but we start losing daylight later in the month. Here is a look at the sunrise, sunset, and length of daylight on certain days:
- June 1: Sunrise 6:06, Sunset 9:15, length of daylight 15 hours and 9 minutes
- Solstice: Sunrise 6:03, Sunset 9:25, length of daylight 15 hours and 22 minutes
- June 30: Sunrise 6:07, Sunset 9:25, length of daylight 15 hours and 18 minutes
This means between the solstice and the end of June, we only lose four minutes of daylight.
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