What’s the weather like in Amsterdam in June?
The summer begins in early June, so you can expect temperatures to be on the rise and longer sunshine hours per day. Amsterdam weather in June is very warm, but it’s not overly hot and the climate is very enjoyable.
Amsterdam is in the Netherlands, which is set in northwest Europe. The North Sea is in the north and west, which means the city is in the path of prevailing winds. In the summer, these winds help to keep the weather quite warm and offer a gentle break from the heat. June has more rain than the months before it, which means you need to check the forecast and pack a raincoat to avoid getting caught in a surprise shower.
When you visit Amsterdam in June, you can look forward to temperature highs of 19°C. This rise in temperature also comes with an increase in sunshine and you’ll have at least 11 hours of sunlight each day. Rainfall is around 70mm, which means there’ll be around nine days of rain spread throughout the month. The average sea temperature is 14°C, which is still slightly too cold for swimming.