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Avg weather in June
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    11 Hrsper day
    150 mmper month
    76 %avg
    17 Mphavg

    Barbados weather June


    What's the weather like in Barbados in June?

    Sitting just 13 degrees north of the equator, at the meeting point of the Caribbean Sea and North Atlantic Ocean, Barbados has hot tropical weather. There’s a rainy season from late May to early December, so June’s close to the start of this. When it does rain, it’s usually in short and heavy downpours. You'll still get plenty of long, sunny days if you book your holidays to Barbados in June. You'll be kept cool by winds that blow in from the Atlantic, while the island’s relatively flat, so there’s not much difference in weather around the island. The west Caribbean coast’s usually a little calmer than the north and east Atlantic coast though.


    The average high in Bridgetown is 31ºC in June, which only drops to 23ºC at night. You may want to bring a good choice of swimwear and leave your warmer clothes at home. The sea temperature’s 28ºC while humidity’s very high. There’s 98mm of rain over 15 days, and you can expect 13 hours of daylight with eight hours of sunshine each day. UV levels will be extreme so wear sun cream. The sun goes down just before 6.30pm.


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