What’s the weather like in Whistler in June?
The Whistler weather in June marks the start of summer around this Coast Mountains ski resort. Temperatures nudge 20°C and the days are warm with lots of daylight to explore the treks and cycle paths around the hills. There’ll be some rain but not enough to spoil your dream holiday in Whistler.
Whistler, and the neighbouring ski resort of Blackcomb, is found in British Colombia in south west Canada. The town’s not far from the Pacific Ocean and this milder air stops temperatures rising too high in summer or too low in winter. It’s less humid in the summer than inland towns and cities and doesn’t experience summer thunderstorms.
If you’re visiting Whistler in June you can expect an average high temperature of 20°C. The normal daytime level is likely to be 16°C, with a low of 12°C on rare cooler days. At night time the temperature will be around 8°C. This modern and exciting ski resort gets a good share of sunshine in June. You’ll soak up an average of eight hours each day, with the sun rising at 5am and finally disappearing at 9.15pm at the beginning of the month. The UV level’s moderate to high, so you should take care in the afternoon sun. The humidity will measure about 76% and the wind speed will be 5mph. You’ll find the weather in Whistler in June is perfect for an early summer mountain break and just ten days, on average, will be affected by rain.