What’s the weather like in Cuba in June?
Cuba’s in the northern Caribbean, which gives it warm tropical weather. Sitting at the point where the North Atlantic Ocean meets the Gulf of Mexico, you’ll get high temperatures and lots of sun if you’re going in June. The Tropic of Cancer runs through the north, which means there are two distinct seasons. June’s in the rainy season, which runs from May to October. North easterly winds will keep you cool above water, while the Caribbean Current keeps the sea warm. Cuba’s mainly flat, although there are mountains in the south east. You’ll have more rain in the north though due to the direction of the winds.
The average high in capital Havana is 31ºC in June, and things stay nice and warm in the evenings. The temperature only drops to 23ºC at night so it’s perfect for being outdoors. At 28ºC, the sea’s great for swimming in, while humidity’s very high. Average rainfall’s 194mm over 13 rainy days, although you can still expect eight hours of sunshine from the 14 hours of daylight each day. Make sure you pack sun cream as UV levels will be extreme. The sun goes down at around 8.15pm.