What’s the weather like in Lagos in June?
Lagos is a picturesque town in southern Portugal, found in the country’s popular Algarve region. Known for its beautiful weather, Lagos has a Mediterranean climate bringing long, hot summers to the town. Day temperatures are nearly at their peak in June, and the evenings are lovely and warm during this month too. You can expect plenty of sunshine to enjoy the beaches, and you should visit towards the end of the month if you want the hottest weather.
The average temperature at this time of year in Lagos is 22ºC. With highs of 25ºC in the peak of the afternoon, the weather’s perfect if you don’t like too much heat, although you’ll still need to pack plenty of sun cream if you go at this time. You can look forward to 11 hours of sunshine each day, while at night, temperatures cool to an average low of 18ºC. Just 15mm of rain’s forecast over five days this month, so any showers will be light and short-lived, and won’t affect your holiday. When it’s time to go for a dip, the Atlantic water’s an inviting 20ºC in June.