It's going to be a hot July, according to the National Weather Service. The climate forecast for July in the Sunnyside area calls for above normal temperatures and near to below normal precipitation. Normal day time highs for July in Sunnyside are 90.7 and normal night time lows are 57.1 degrees. Normal precipitation is 0.14 inches, barely enough to wet an umbrella. Sunnyside residents have seen an unusually high amount of precipitation since October. The total precipitation since October has been 9.75 inches, which is 3.07 inches above normal. Just this year Sunnyside has had 1.11 inches more precipitation than usual, reaching 4.98 inches. June was the second wettest on record in the area with 2.43 inches. That total is 1.89 inches above normal and only a heavy mist below the record of 2.47 inches set in 1938. Measurable precipitation, at least 0.01 inch, was received on seven days in June with the heaviest fall, 0.86 inches, on the 18th. Temperatures in June were colder than usual, with an average of 64 degrees, 3.6 degrees below normal. High day time temperatures averaged 77.3 degrees, 5.3 degrees below normal. Low night time temperatures averaged 50.8 degrees, 1.9 degrees below normal. Sunnyside got its highest official temperature of the month on the 29th, hitting 90 degrees. The lowest temperature was 40 degrees on the first day of the month.