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We're about to say something that most of you probably don't want to hear. The Climate Prediction Center issued their initial temperature and precipitation outlooks for June 2018 today. Odds are favoring warmer than normal temperatures persisting. However, as far as precipitation is concerned, no clear climate signature exists at this time favoring either drier or wetter than normal conditions.

One important thing to remember is that June is typically our driest month of the year. Here in Grand Junction, we only average 0.46 inches of rainfall for the entire month.