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North and Central Georgia

June 2019 Climate Summary

 

For June, the majority of locations experienced temperatures near average but were about 0 to 3 inches wetter than normal. 

 

June Monthly Top 10 Rankings

None

*Complete rankings in tables below

 

Temp. Extremes (ºF) for June

Site

Warmest Temp.

Coldest Temp.

Athens

94 (6/30)

54 (6/14)

Atlanta

92 (6/21,6/22)

60 (6/14)

Columbus

95 (6/3,6/4,6/21,6/24)

60 (6/14)

Macon

98 (6/3)

55 (6/14)

Cartersville

92 (6/22,6/28)

50 (6/14)*

DeKalb Peachtree Arpt

92 (6/30)

53 (6/14)*

Fulton Co. Arpt

92 (6/21,6/30)

53 (6/14)*

Gainesville

89 (6/17,6/22,6/30)

55(6/14)*

Peachtree City

93 (6/21)

54 (6/14)

Rome

94 (6/27,6/28,6/30)

51 (6/14)

* Set record for day

 

June Avg. Temperature (°F) and Rankings

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Site

Avg. Temp. and Current Ranking

Normal

Dep. from Normal

Record

Athens

77.0 (64th Warmest)

77.5

-0.5

82.1 (1981)

Atlanta

77.7 (48th Warmest)

77.3

+0.4

82.3 (1952)

Columbus

80.7 (39th Warmest)

79.8

+0.9

84.7 (1914)

Macon

79.9 (43rd  Warmest)

78.9

+1.0

 84.3 (1952)

Cartersville

75.2

74.8

+0.4

 

DeKalb Peachtree Arpt

75.6

76.8

-1.2

 

Fulton Co. Arpt

76.2

76.7

-0.5

 

Gainesville

75.1

75.6

-0.5

 

Peachtree City

77.5

75.9

+1.6

 

Rome

76.9

75.9

+1.0

 

 

Precip. Extremes (in) for June

Site

Highest Daily Amount

Athens

3.61 (6/8)*

Atlanta

3.90 (6/8)*

Columbus

2.20 (6/8)*

Macon

1.55 (6/18)

Cartersville

0.95 (6/8)*

DeKalb Peachtree Arpt

1.36 (6/8)*

Fulton Co. Arpt

2.74 (6/8)* All-time June Record

Gainesville

1.97 (6/8)*

Peachtree City

4.27 (6/8)* All-time June Record

Rome

1.18 (6/9)

* Set record for day

 

June 2019 Precipitation Totals (in) and Rankings

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Site

Total Precip. and Current Ranking

Normal

Dep. from Normal

Record

Athens

7.03 (18th Wettest)

4.18

+2.85

13.25 (1994)

Atlanta

6.46 (20th Wettest)

3.95

+2.51

11.21 (1912)

Columbus

6.42 (14th Wettest)

3.72

+2.70

10.83 (1967)

Macon

4.39 (44th Wettest)

4.06

+0.33

12.25 (2013)

Cartersville

2.54

3.84

-1.30

 

DeKalb Peachtree Arpt

4.91

4.76

+0.15

 

Fulton Co. Arpt

5.00

4.13

+0.87

 

Gainesville

6.98

4.39

+2.59

 

Peachtree City

8.78

3.63

+5.15

 

Rome

3.59

4.10

-0.51

 


 

Records Set this June

Athens:

  • High Minimum Temperature Record
    • 73 on 6/5 (ties record of 73 last set in 1985)
  • Daily Precipitation Record
    • 3.61 on 6/8 (breaks old record of 1.56 inches last set in 1938)

Atlanta:

  • Daily Precipitation Record
    • 3.90 on 6/8 (breaks old record of 1.45 inches last set in 1950)

Columbus:

  • Daily Precipitation Record
    • 2.20 on 6/8 (breaks old record of 1.73 inches last set in 2005)
    • 1.73 on 6/18 (breaks old record of 1.26 inches last set in 1963)

Macon:

  • No records were set at Macon in June 

 

UPDATED (August 8 2019) - NOAA’s 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook

Update - NOAA updated the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook was updated and several numbers have increased. The number of named storms predicted was previously 9 to 15 storms and is now 10 to 17 named storms, the number of predicted hurricanes was previously 4 to 8 hurricanes and is now 5 to 9 hurricanes, and the number of predicted major hurricanes has remained at 2 to 4 major hurricanes. For this current hurricane season, NOAA is now predicting an above-normal Atlantic hurricane season. For more information on the outlook click here.

 

July Outlook

Based on the Climate Prediction Center’s July outlook, all of north and central Georgia has a 40 to 50% chance of above normal temperatures. For precipitation, much of north Georgia has a 40 to 50% chance of below normal precipitation, other portions of north and central Georgia has a 33 to 40% chance of below normal precipitation.

 

July Drought Outlook

Based on the U.S. Monthly Drought Outlook for June, an overall reduction in drought coverage is expected.

 

Data prepared by the Atlanta Forecast Office.