If you've been thinking this June's hotter than normal, you're on to something.
This June has been about 7 degrees above the average normal temperature, said Korri Anderson, meteorologist for the National Weather Service's Boise Office.
"It's the second warmest June so far," he said.
The hottest June on record was in 1918, when the average temperature was 73.1 degrees, Anderson said.
The trend isn't set to change this week. While Monday and Tuesday will see temperatures in the high 80s, the rest of the week will steadily get warmer, he said.
By the weekend, high temperatures will be rivaling records. The expected high on Sunday is 102, which matches the previous high record, Anderson said.
May was hotter than normal as well, with temperatures about 4 degrees hotter than average, he said.