June 2018 was another month of wild temperature swings in New York City. Highs ranged from an unseasonably cool 66°F to a balmy 93°F. In the end, however, the cold and warmth balanced each other out. The city’s mean temperature for the month was 71.7°F, which is only 0.3°F above average.
In terms of precipitation, the city was unusually dry. Overall, 3.11 inches of rain was measured in Central Park. Of this total, 44% fell in single day during a heavy rain event that produced over an inch of rain. On average, the Big Apple gets 4.41 inches of rain for the entire month of June.