What’s the weather like in the Dominican Republic in June?
The Dominican Republic’s in the northern Caribbean and shares the island of Hispaniola with Haiti. It has tropical weather that changes because of high mountains. You’ll get more rain in the north and east due to the north easterly winds. The north coast has a wet season that runs from November to January, while the rest of the island’s wet season lasts from May to November. Although June’s in this period, you’ll still have lots of clear and sunny weather, with rain usually coming in the evening and in short downpours.
The average high in capital Santo Domingo the south coast’s 32ºC in June. Things stay quite warm in the evenings, with temperatures dropping to 22ºC at night. At 28ºC, the sea’s lovely and warm, while humidity’s very high. There’s 153mm of rain over 12 days, although you can still expect 13 hours of daylight with eight hours of sunshine each day. UV levels will be extreme so use sun cream. Sunset’s around 7.15pm.