What’s the weather like in Marrakech in June?
With the Sahara Desert just to the south, you can expect things to be really hot in Marrakech in June. Drink lots of water and stay out of the midday sun to avoid getting sunstroke. The Atlas Mountains stop the city from being completely dry, but there’s hardly any rain over summer. There’s no sea nearby to keep you cool, although despite this the city doesn’t have extreme humidity levels.
The average high in Marrakech in June is 35ºC, although things cool quite nicely to a pleasant 16ºC at night. Humidity’s high, while average rainfall’s 5mm across a single day. You can look forward to 14 hours of daylight with 11 long hours of sunshine each day. Take good care of yourself and wear sun cream as UV levels will be extreme. Sunset’s just after 8.30pm at the start of June, although the end of daylight saving takes an hour off this in the early part of the month.