What’s the weather like in New York in June?
Sitting on the east coast of the United States, New York has continental weather with four distinct seasons. Summers in the city are hot with lots of sun, although there’s rain all year round. The Appalachian Mountains help to keep heat in, while offshore winds mean the Atlantic Ocean doesn’t cool things down as much. New York’s tall buildings and skyscrapers will trap some heat and protect you from any wind. The month’s great for you to explore the city as the weather’s nice and warm but more comfortable compared to the peak of summer.
The average high in New York is 27ºC in June, so you can look forward to plenty of time chilling out in Central Park. At 17ºC, things stay quite pleasant in the evenings. The sea temperature’s 17ºC, while humidity’s low. There’s 89mm of rain over ten days, and you can expect 15 hours of daylight with nine hours of sunshine each day. UV levels will be very high so wear sun cream. Sunset’s around 8.30pm, perfect for making the most of the day.