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REACH Mentoring Program

By Dave Anderson
CBS 3 meteorologist 

A normal weather pattern may be setting in for June

 

June 7, 2019

Mike Creger / Pine Knot News

June is busting out all over ... in the form of the bee's friend, the dandelion.

May's weather was full of cold mayhem around here this year. The snowstorm that brought close to a foot of snow to some towns on May 19th was the latest measurable snow in recorded history at least for the Duluth area. (I still remember flurries in Ely on July 4, 1977.)

The final climate data from the National Weather Service in Duluth shows the May departure from normal mean temperature was -2.1 degrees. So far, 2019 has ranged from as cold as -4.5 degrees from normal in February to as warm as +0.6 degree in April. Year-to-date departure from normal mean temperature is -1.9 degrees.

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