What’s the weather like in Red Sea in June?
The Red Sea weather in June is very hot, with temperatures over 30°C for most of the resorts by this beautiful stretch of water in Egypt. The Mediterranean-like climate makes locations such as El Gouna and Hurghada very popular in the summer as visitors sunbathe, go scuba diving or just relax with a drink by the pool around the Red Sea.
The Red Sea’s found to the east of Egypt. Hurghada, El Gouna and Makadi Bay line the coast with Sharm El Sheikh to the north on the Sinai Peninsula, by the Gulf of Aqaba. These coastal hotspots get a refreshing sea breeze in hot summer months which helps to keep conditions more comfortable. Inland cities, like Cairo and Luxor, don’t benefit from this wind.
The Red Sea resorts reach a balmy day time high average of 38°C in June and will only drop to around 29°C on cooler days. The night time level could be around 25°C, so you’ll need air conditioning in your hotel. The sea temperature averages 26°C and taking a dip in the Red Sea is the best way to cool off. The sun shines for an impressive 13 hours each day, on average, and doesn’t set until around 6.45pm for most of June. Rain is rare around the Red Sea during June and you can expect just 1mm on average. Pop on some sunblock as you relax by the pool though, as UV levels are high. The humidity will be about 46%. The incredible weather in Red Sea in June makes this region Egypt’s premier spot for stylish summer breaks.