It was a warm, dry June for Illinois, but that could change for some parts of the state. June wrapped up with an average temperature of nearly 75 degrees, according to State Climatologist Jim Angel.
Last month was also drier than average, with rainfall a little more than an inch below normal. The U.S. Drought Monitor lists some parts of western and southeastern Illinois as "abnormally dry."
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