June in Terrace, BC was warmer than average and with average precipitation. For the year so far – now halfway through 2019 – weather in Terrace, BC has been warmer than average, and precipitation has totaled 70% of normal.
The average June 2019 temperature was 15.1°C, 1.3°C above the 1971-2000 baseline climate, the 20th warmest June on record. The month started with temperatures below average, but not abnormally so, and then finished above average (Fig. 1).
For the year so far, we’ve had a warmer than average January, colder than average February then March through June above average (Fig. 2). This has led to a year-to-date average temperature of 5.6°C, which is 1.1°C above the 1971-2000 baseline climate, the 21st warmest on record.
Precipitation during June 2019 totaled 58mm, 2mm more than the 1971-2000 baseline climate. Precipitation for the year has totaled 386mm, 70% of normal (Fig. 3).
For the year so far, temperature has been above average in all months except February, with May tying the all-time record for that month. Terrace has seen some return to more normal precipitation in recent weeks, but this isn’t enough to recover from the longer-term deficit.