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June 2021 Climate Summary

Temperatures through the month of June were near normalPrecipitation through the month of June was around 0 to 3 inches above normal.

Below are the overview stats for June 2021 for our 10 climate sites.

Atlanta set a daily rainfall total record during the month of June.

 

June 2021 Climate Averages
Climate Site June Temp (°F)
Average Temp 
Departure from normal
78.6
77.7
+0.9
77.6
77.9
-0.3
78.8
80.5
-1.7
78.8
79.5
-0.7
75.6
75.6
0.0
76.3
76.2
+0.1
76.6
76.9
-0.3
76.0
75.7
+0.3
76.0
77.5
-1.5
77.2
77.5
-0.3

 

 

June 2021 Temperature Climate Statistics
Climate Site Maximum Temperature Max T Date
Minimum Temperature
Min T Date
Athens
96
6/14, 6/18
56
6/1
Atlanta
92
6/14
61
6/1
Columbus
96
6/15
61
6/1
Macon
97
6/15
54
6/1
Cartersville
91
6/14
57
6/17, 6/23
Dekalb Peachtree Arpt
94
6/14
56
6/1
Fulton Co Arpt
94
6/14
56
6/1
Gainesville
90
6/12, 6/14
56
6/1
Peachtree City
92
6/14
54
6/1
Rome
95
6/14
58
6/17

 

 

June 2021 Precipitation Climate Statistics
Climate Site

Total Precipitation

(inches)

Normal Precipitation
Departure
From Normal
3.97
4.88
-0.91
6.36
4.54
+1.82
4.01
4.03
-0.02
4.43
4.44
-0.01
3.99
3.79
+0.20
4.80
4.69
+0.11
3.00
3.84
-0.84
3.91
4.23
-0.32
8.32
4.45
+3.87
7.00
3.80
+3.20

 

 

June 2021 Precipitation Climate Statistics
Climate Site Maximum Daily Precip. Max Precip. Date
Athens
1.60
6/20
Atlanta
2.66*
6/20*
Columbus
1.72
6/20
Macon
1.96
6/20
Cartersville
1.06
6/5
Dekalb Peachtree Arpt
1.97
6/20
Fulton Co Arpt
1.30
6/20
Gainesville
1.72
6/20
Peachtree City
2.78
6/20
Rome
3.32
6/20

* indicates a daily record was set

 

Click the links below to explore the temperature and precipitation data across North and Central Georgia for the month of June.

Temperature Maps

Precipitation Maps 

 

Temperature Graphs

 

Precipitation Graphs

 

Temperature Maps

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Precipitation Maps

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Temperature Graphs

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Precipitation Graphs

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Temperature and precipitation records at our 4 main climate sites are located below.

 

June 2021 Climate Records
An all time daily precipitation record was set at ATL on 6/20 with 2.66 inches. This breaks the old record of 1.42 set in 1972

Larger events that occurred across north and central Georgia this past June can be found here.

 

June 6th: Oconee/Clarke Storm

Wind damage occurred with an intense thunderstorm on Sunday, June 6th with winds estimated between 70-80 mph. Numerous damage reports provided by local emergency management (which are mapped below) combined with radar data indicating 60 dBZ above 30 kft indicates that this was a straight line wind event. This storm also produced golf ball sized (1.75") hail in numerous locations.

 

Damage Reports Radar Hail

 

 

June 19 - 20th:Tropical Storm Claudette

On June 19th and 20th, Tropical Storm Claudette brought heavy rain and tropical tornadoes to the region after making landfall along the north-central Gulf Coast. Significant flash flooding was recorded in Chattooga County near Summerville with multiple roads being reported under water. Brief spin-up tornadoes were identified on radar across parts of central and southern Georgia, and a number of reports of trees down from tropical depression winds between 35 and 40 mph came in from Gwinnett County.  For more information on the history and products from Tropical Storm Claudette visit the National Hurricane Center's Archive. For more information on rainfall totals for this storm, please visit the Weather Prediction Center's summary page.

 

Satellite Imagery Storm Path

 

June 28 - 29th: Tropical Storm Danny

Tropical Storm Danny formed quickly off the South Carolina coast and only obtained Tropical Storm status just before making landfall. As a Tropical Depression, it moved into Georgia and brought 1 to 3 inches of rain and winds around 25 mph. Widespread impacts from Danny were minor and no warnings were needed during its brief existence over land.. For more information on Tropical Storm Danny, visit the National Hurricane Center's Archive page.

 

Satellite Imagery Storm Path

 

The July climate outlook is below. 

 

July Outlook

 

Based on the Climate Prediction Center's outlook for July, western Georgia has a 30% to 40% chance of below normal temperatures while eastern Georgia has an Equal Chance for above, below or near normal temperatures. For precipitation, most of Georgia has a 40% to 50% chance of above normal precipitation while southeast Georgia has a 30% to 40% chance of above normal precipitation.