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June Monthly Summary is now available. Highlights include monthly average mean temperature of 20.6 C, hottest day with daily mean of 27.8 C, highest humidex of 42.1 and highest uv index of 9.8. Click on the dot in the graph for more details. July daily temperature and precipitation records are also available in the almanac page.
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