The weather in the month of June was very average temperature-wise in Weyburn, with a close to average level of precipitation, according to historic records kept by Environment Canada for Weyburn’s weather station.
The average high temperature this year was 23.7 C, almost identical to the long-term average of 23.4, and the average low this year was 10.9, just slightly warmer than the long-term average of 9.9 degrees.
The overal average or mean temperature was 17.1 C this year, a little bit above the long-term average of 16.7 degrees.
The warmest temperature recorded in June 2012 was 28.3 on June 4, followed closely by 28 degrees on June 30. The historically high temperature for June was 40.5 degrees recorded on June 7, 1988.
The coolest temperature this year was 5.5 degrees, recorded on June 11. The record for a low temperature in June was -3.9 set on June 12, 1969.
Weyburn saw a total rainfall of 78.8 millimetres in June, very close to the long-term average of 72.9 mm.
The record for rain in one day was 89.7 mm set on June 21, 1956.
For windy days, the strongest gust of wind speed recorded in June was 74 km an hour, set on June 11, followed by 70 km/h on June 5. There were 11 days with wind gusts of under 31 km/h.
The long-term average wind speed is 15.7 km/h, and the maximum hourly wind speed is 63 km/h.
Environment Canada also records that Weyburn usually gets around 309.4 hours of sunshine in June; the number of days with measurable sunshine is 29.4, with daylight in 63.6 per cent of possible daylight hours. The record for daylight in a 24-hour period is 16 hours, set on June 20, 1982.