(WOWK) — While we are expecting a bit of a “cool snap“ for our nighttime lows this week, the region will still be a few degrees above the record low temperatures for this time of year.
For Charleston the record low for June 16 is 46° in 1961. For June 17, the record was 43° in 1917.
For Huntington the record low for June 16 was 47° in 1908. For June 17, the record low is 44° in 1964.
In case you were wondering, the coldest all-time temperature in June for Huntington was 39° on June 6 in 1945. Charleston was a little bit colder back on June 11, 1972 when the low was 33°.
So even though our projected lows for Wednesday and Thursday morning are in the low to mid 50s, and even though it will feel good, it’s not quite a record.
Also, be ready for the big bounce back in temperatures by Friday as the high temperature will hop up close to 90° once again.
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