The second half of May has been nothing short of beautiful. Aside from a few days with rain near the end of the month, we have had lots of sun, relatively low humidity, and light winds. In fact, during the entire month, we only reported four days with wind gusts at or above 20 mph. (Compared to April's total of nine days).
Daily Observations can be found here
We were running on a deficit throughout most of the month because of the quiet weather pattern that set up during the middle of the month. But a tropical system that brought incredible flooding and damage to Florida advanced Northwest bringing us some needed moisture. We ended up getting 2.49" during our last week of the month, bringing us above the average mark by 0.44".
Average May Precipitation: 4.97"