What’s the weather like in Vancouver in June?
Vancouver is on the west coast of Canada, near the border with the United States. The city has an oceanic climate with weather systems influenced by the Pacific Ocean, bringing mild temperatures and occasional rain showers to the region. In June, temperatures are warm during the afternoons, and much cooler after dark.
In June, the average temperature in Vancouver is a mild 15°C, with highs of 19°C in the peak of the afternoon. Although it can be t-shirt weather during the day at this time of year, the evenings are much cooler with lows of 11°C, so you’ll need warm layers for nights out in the city. Around 60mm of rain is expected in June, spread across 14 wet days on average, so it’s worth packing an umbrella or light rain jacket. If you want to try out some water sports, you’ll need a wetsuit as the sea’s a cold 13°C.