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Happy Canada Day!
After a very wet May, June continued to receive an above average amount of precipitation.
The month of June is typically the wettest month of the year in Kelowna, with an average of 45.9 mm of precipitation.
June 2020 received 57 mm at the Kelowna airport weather station – that works out to approximately 24% more than the monthly average amount.
Our daytime high temperatures were also a couple degrees cooler last month than average at the UBCO weather station. June 2020 had an average of 22.1ºC for afternoon temperatures, compared to the seasonal average of 24.2ºC.
There was only about a degree difference between overnight lows in June 2020 and its seasonal counterpart.
Daily lows in June 2020 averaged at 10.3ºC, compared to the seasonal average of 9.1ºC.
All averages in this article are based on the Canadian climate normals 1981-2010 data.
The first couple days of July will be on the cool side, with a wet Canada Day on tap.
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