TOM CARR, WA1KDD, ACHUSHNET MA

A drier than normal June here in the northern part of Acushnet with near normal temperatures and a little on the breezy side.  1.44″ of rain fell during the first 7 days of June but most of it being a nuisance with something falling just about every day.   Mother Nature turned up the heat and the pine pollen on the 10th. of June and temps hit 93 deg. on the 12th. and 13th. at my location.   A cool down with unsettled conditions followed.  Some ideal June days during the last third of the month were briefly interrupted by the remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy on the 24th.. Some  0.97″ fell with embedded thunder heard here in Acushnet.  Daylily blooms showing by June 26th. and fireflies sparked by the end of a decent month of June.

June 2017 Acushnet, Mass.      41deg,44min N      70deg, 55min W

Ave High     77.0 deg.  Ave Low     56.6 deg.  June Mean     66.8 deg. is 0.1 deg. below normal  High Temp  93 deg. on June 13 & 14th.  Low Temp  42 deg. on June 8th.  Days 90 or above 2.  Total Precip. 3.00″ is 1.25″ below normal.  Max 24hr. Precip.  0.97″ on June 24th.  Total 2017 Precip.     29.58″ is 3.08″ above normal.  T-Storm Days 2.

High Wind Gust 24 mph on June 30th.  Heating Degree Days 68.  Cooling Degree Days    125.  High Barometer 30.15″ on June 29th.  Low Barometer     29.56″ on June 24th.

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About Dick, K1MGH

Retired physician, ham radio operator since 2003, Amateur Extra license in 2011z. Hobbies include woodworking, ham radio, digital photography, traveling in our Airstream trailer. Married to Claire going on 50 years. Other best friend is Winnie, our Irish Terrier.