The review of the weather at Ferny Grove during June 2020 is now available.
June 2020 saw above average overnight and daytime temperatures. A record warm morning was observed on the 14th that exceeded the previous record set 5 years ago. Most of first 18 days of the month saw above average daytime temperatures. Following the passage of a front there were cool nights between the 22nd and 26th, but was partially affected by persistent overnight breezes that slowed the falling in the temperature during much of these nights.
In June rainfall was slightly below average, with a total of 45.5 mm (73.5% of the long term average). This follows below average rainfall that occurred in the previous 2 months in autumn. Year to date rainfall however remains above average at 14 % above the long term average and the highest since 2015. During the middle of the month were showers with mostly light falls. A shower on the 14th brought brief heavy falls of 5.8 mm in 3 minutes. With the passage of the trough that preceded the cool nights later in the month were further light showers before some light showers returned at the end of the month.
Long period rainfall totals over the shorter time-spans improved slightly due to the near median rainfall in June but the longer time-spans have remained the same or deteriorated further given past months has seen below average rainfall totals. 6 monthly rainfall remained above average given the significant or near average rainfall was experienced in February and March. However 9 monthly to 48 monthly rainfall remain well below average with the greatest being 18 monthly rainfall at 285.5 mm below average.
The summary containing the key information can be found here.
The full report of more detailed analysis is available here.