What’s the weather like in Reykjavik in June?
Summer starts in June, which means you can look forward to slightly warmer weather with temperatures continuing to increase towards the end of the month.
Reykjavik weather in June is quite mild compared to previous months, which means you can enjoy more time out in the sunshine. Temperatures are often in the low teens and the Atlantic winds have calmed slightly, which is great if you love exploring the coastline on a calm, summer day. The city is in southwest Iceland, which means it has a subarctic climate that often gets compared to a tundra climate and subpolar oceanic climate.
Reykjavik has a lot of rain spread over the month with around 21 rainy days and 20mm of rainfall. The average temperature is 9°C which increases to 11°C around midday. At night, the weather is cooler with lows of 7°C. June has the longest days of the year with 21 hours of daylight and at least six hours of sunshine per day.