Where's the June heat?

June has been very tough to produce any significant warmth with any consistency.  Take a look at the calendar graphic.  It's interesting to look back on the trends this June.

The pattern has allowed for about 2 days in a row with unseasonably warm air, and then the winds shift, and we get stuck between 2 to 5 days with unseasonably cool temperatures.  Most of the month has featured below average highs.

Clearly we don't see a 90 degree reading on the 2019 calendar.  Milwaukee averages 2 days with 90 degree heat in June. 2015 was the last time we didn't have a 90 degree high in June.  It's looking like 2019 will be the same.

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