While summer didn't officially start until June 20, The Weather Network's 2012 Summer Outlook appears to be on track - at least from a temperature perspective - with daily highs hovering close to average for the duration of the month.
Even Vancouver, which started out with dreary skies and autumn-like temperatures, averaged out to a daily high of 17.6°C, only three degrees below seasonal.
Average temperatures and precipitation are expected throughout the season, but so far, it's been drier than usual in many places.
"Toronto seemingly had an average rainfall amount in June," said Rob Davis, a meteorologist at The Weather Network, "however half of that fell on the first day of the month."
Other places - like Halifax, Montreal and Ottawa, received a fraction of the rain that's usually seen in June.
The jury is still out on whether or not precipitation levels will even out as the season progresses.
"June was dry in many places," says Brian Dillon, another meteorologist at The Weather Network, "but we will have to wait and see what the rest of the summer has in store for us."
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