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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Saint Louis MO
1000 PM CDT TUE JUN 21 2016

Meteorological Summer has gotten off to a fast start around the
region with plenty of warm temperatures. Here are a few facts
that support that idea.


St. Louis is on pace to tie for the 5th warmest June on record.

1) 83.1 1952
2) 81.5 1953
3) 81.2 1934
4) 81.1 1914
5) 80.6 2016*
5) 80.6 2010
5) 80.6 1901


Columbia has tied the most consecutive days in June with a high
temperature of at least 90 degrees. Some of the following streaks
began in May or ended in July...but only the days in June were
counted in the rankings. The number in the parenthesis is the
total length of any streak that extended beyond the month of
June. With more temperatures above 90 forecast through the weekend,
this streak should continue to grow.

1) 13 days       6/9-6/21  2016*
1) 13 (15) days  6/18-7/2  1931
3) 12 (15) days  5/29-6/9  1934
4) 11 (27) days  6/20-7/16 1901
4) 11 (14) days  6/20-7/3  1890
6) 10 days       6/13-6/22 1994
6) 10 days       6/16-6/25 1953

At 77.1 degrees, Columbia is on pace for the 13th warmest June.
The hottest June was 80.6 degrees in 1952.


Quincy is on track to finish with the 16th warmest June at 76.6
degrees. The record is 83.1 degrees in 1934

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