This is similar to my post yesterday, just corrected for the new data:
So far this June, we have recorded a high temperature below 60 degrees five times. Only the years 1915 and 1897 have also recorded five days with highs below 60 degrees, but this year is the first time the days have been consecutive. Historically, Fargo Moorhead averages one day in June with a high in the 50s or lower with 114 such occurrences in the 129-year record dating back to 1881.
The last time we had more than one day in June with a high below 60 degrees was back in 1998. That year we ended up with three such days, including a high of just 51 degrees on June 2. The summer of 1998 turned out to be a warm one; the 32nd warmest on record. So this year’s cool start of summer does not necessarily mean the entire summer will be cooler than average.