The NJ Weather and Climate Network partners with the NJ Division of the US Forest Service to help bolster fire safety in the NJ Pine Barrens and other forested regions throughout the state of NJ.Through the cooperative management of a number of remote weather observations stations throughout the state and the development of easy-to-use but powerful interfaces for analyzing the data collected at these stations, the NJ Weather and Climate Network helps provide the USFS with tools that aid in every day decision making regarding fire safety and more.This ranks as the 57th driest June, tied with 2011.
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This tied with 19 as the 42nd mildest June on record.
Precipitation averaged 3.43” across NJ, which is 0.58” below the 1981–2010 mean.
The 65.0° average was 4.5° above the 1981–2010 mean.
Five of the ten warmest Mays have occurred since 2004.