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July's heat banishes June's chill

June's highest average temperature was 24.2 C and the lowest average was 10.8 C. Only 58.4 mm of rain fell while June in 2012 saw more than 90 mm.
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July 02, 2013 - 11:38 AM

PENTICTON - July brought the heat with a high of 32.5 C on Canada Day while June struggled to keep its summer obligation.

June's monthly average was only 24.2 C. On June 30 the thermometer crawled up to 30.9 C.

June 20 had the lowest temperature at 5.2 C and the month's minimum average temperature was 10.8 C. June 20 had the most rain at 17.4 millimetres and overall 58.4 mm of water fell on the city. Last year 95.7 mm of rain fell.

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