What’s the weather like in Jamaica in June?
Located in the West Indies, Jamaica is the third largest island in the Caribbean. A beautiful tropical climate makes it popular all year round. Jamaica is particularly hot and humid in June, while the rainy season brings frequent yet refreshing showers to the island’s picturesque beach resorts. With warm seas and plenty of sunshine, this is a good time of year to make the most of the clear blue waters surrounding Jamaica, whether you want a relaxing swim or to try more adventurous water sports.
In June the average daytime temperature in Jamaica is a balmy 28°C, perfect for enjoying the idyllic beaches or exploring inland. With highs of 31°C you’ll need to pack plenty of sun cream and seek shade during the hottest part of the day, while the evenings are also very warm. 80mm of rain is expected in Montego Bay over the course of the month, so you’ll probably see some wet weather on your holiday although showers are usually short and help to reduce the humidity.