Phoenix Weather In June
The hottest day in Phoenix Arizona in June for the past 73 years was 122 degrees Fahrenheit, registered on June 26, 1990, and the regular high is 104. The record low June temperature in Phoenix for the last 73 years was 49 most recently encountered on June 4, 1908, while the normal low measured temperature is 76.
National Weather Service historical Phoenix June Weather data indicates that on June 2, 1899, the recorded high did not exceed 68 degrees Fahrenheit, the lowest high measured in Phoenix in the past 73 years. Weather Service records additionally show that on June 29, 1983, the recorded low temperature for the day did not drop below 86 degrees, the highest low measured in Phoenix in the last 73 years.
National Weather Service data shows that the high temperature in Phoenix on June First averages 47 degrees Fahrenheit and the high on the final day of June averages 40 degrees. The low measured temperature in Phoenix on June First averages 20 degrees and the low on the last day of the month averages 14 degrees.
Phoenix typically receives an average of 0.09 inches of rain during the month. The most precipitation recorded on a single day in June, according to June Phoenix Weather data, was 1.64 inches on June 22, 1972.