What’s the weather like in California in June?
Located on the west coast of the USA, California is home to cities including Los Angeles and San Francisco, along with beautiful stretches of coastline and national parks. Most of the state has a Mediterranean-style climate, with warm summers and cool winters, while further inland is slightly hotter during summer. In June, the weather’s hot and sunny, with only a small amount of rain expected. Although it’s not as warm as July and August, June is a good month for relaxing on the beach or exploring the state’s many cultural sights.
In Los Angeles, the largest city in California, daily temperatures average 19oC, peaking at 24oC in the afternoons. After dark temperatures dip to a low of 13oC, so you’ll need some warmer layers for evenings out. The further north you go, the cooler the temperature gets. San Francisco has an average temperature of 13oC in June, rising to 19oC in the peak of the day. Very little rain is forecast this month across the state, so wet weather shouldn’t affect your holiday.