What’s the weather like in Copenhagen in June?
Along with July and August, the Copenhagen weather in June is the hottest all year. Temperatures often reach 20°C in the east of Denmark and the nearby beaches and city Harbour Baths are the perfect place to soak up the sun. There could be some brief showers, but nothing to spoil your relaxing stay.
Copenhagen enjoys an idyllic setting on the east coast of Denmark, close to Sweden and by the Oresund Strait. In June, there’s about 17 hours of daylight and it’s the first time of the year when the beaches and harbours are warm enough for sunbathing.
The water temperature reaches 15°C this month, which is usually fine for paddling and splashing. With an average daytime high of 20°C, the beaches become very popular and walks along the harbour show off Copenhagen’s stunning coastline views. In the evenings, it could dip between 13°C and 15°C. It’s the sunniest time of the year and the weather in Copenhagen in June produces eight hours, on average, each day with the sun up from 4.30am to 10pm. Be prepared for the occasional summer shower, as there’s about 54mm of rainfall this month. The UV index is the highest all year, but even though it’s still only moderate, you should take care when sunbathing.