The month of June was warmer and drier than average throughout the Red River Valley. The hottest weather happened very early in the month. Grand Forks recorded 103 degrees and Fargo hit 102 degrees on the 3rd. The following day, both stations recorded 100 degrees. These were the first triple-digit temperatures at either station during June since 1995.
For the month, Fargo's average daily mean temperature of 71.6 degrees is 4.8 degrees above average and the third-warmest on record since 1881. the Grand Forks average daily mean temperature of 71.6 degrees is 6.0 degrees above average and is the second-warmest on record since 1893. June of 1988 remains the warmest on record by more than two degrees per day. Official Fargo rainfall measured at Hector Airport was 3.59 inches, which is 0.7 inches below average. Grand Forks rain measured at the National Weather Service was 2.45 inches, which is 1.29 inches below average.