What’s the weather like in Montreal in June?
Montreal is a vibrant city in eastern Canada, not far from the country’s US border. Located in Quebec, it has a humid subtropical climate bringing warm summers and really cold winters to the region. Temperatures are pleasant in June, reaching the mid-20’s during the afternoon. It can still get quite chilly at night and showers are relatively common, so it’s worth packing for all weathers if you’re visiting at this time.
In June, the average temperature in Montreal is 18ºC, with highs of 23ºC in the peak of the day. Temperatures dip to an average low of 12ºC after dark, so you’ll need to bring some thicker layers for evenings out in the city. Around 80mm of rain’s expected over the course of June, so it’s also worth bringing a waterproof jacket or umbrella to protect yourself from any showers.