Greenville Weather In June
The highest recorded temperature in June for Greenville for the past 48 years was 100 degrees Fahrenheit, measured on June 3, 1985, while the regular high temperature is 85. In the last 48 years the highest reported temperature in Greenville for June was 40 measured on June 24, 1972, while the normal low measured temperature is 64.
According to National Weather Service Greenville June Weather data, on June 1, 1967, the recorded high temperature did not exceed 60 degrees Fahrenheit, the lowest high measured in Greenville in the past 48 years. Weather Service records also indicate that on June 22, 1981, the low temperature for the day was not measured below 77 degrees, the highest low measured in Greenville in the last 48 years.
National Weather Service data shows that the high temperature in Greenville on June First averages 83 degrees Fahrenheit and the high on the final day of June averages 88 degrees. The average daily low temperature in Greenville on June First is 61 degrees Fahrenheit and the average low on the last day of June is 67 degrees.
Greenville usually receives an average of 3.92 inches of rain during the month. The most precipitation recorded on a single day in June, according to June Greenville Weather data, was 4.21 inches on June 16, 1969.