1. Monthly Temperature (AccuWeather)
From May 2015 to the third week of June 2015, the temperature increased in all observed North American cities as we move into the middle of summer. The monthly average temperature rose in Chicago by 5 degrees to 20 Celsius (C), in San Antonio by 4 degrees to 29C, in New York City by 1 degree to 22C, and in San Diego by 1 degree to 19C.
In June 2015, the two-year average in all observed cities was slightly varied. When comparing the past two-year average of June temperatures to June 2015 temperatures, this year’s June was warmer in Chicago and San Antonio by 1C. New York felt 1C cooler this June compared to the past two-year average.
In June 2015, the city of Chicago experienced the largest fluctuations among all observed cities, as the city reached 26C on June 10. The city felt cooler as temperatures dropped to 17C on June 17, settling at 27C for the last day of observation. This year’s June did not end up deviating from the normal seasonal pattern for this time of year, based on the two-year average and a comparison with the previous month.
2. Daily Temperature (AccuWeather)
Data Sources: AccuWeather