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The Weather in Madrid in June

Updated: May 11, 2024

This post covers the weather in Madrid in June, with average temperatures and precipitation, with tips on what to wear.

June in Madrid is relatively dry with warm to hot afternoons but with cool to comfortable late nights and early mornings. 


Afternoon high temperatures tend to average near 26 C (78-79 F) early in June, warming to 29-30 C (84-86 F) near the end of the month.

About 6 days will record highs at or above 32 C (90 F) with 1-2 afternoons, especially later in the month, reaching up near 35 C (95 F). 

The record high temperature in Madrid during June is 40.7 C (105.3 F).

Late night and early morning low temperatures should average around 12-14 C (54-57 F) early in the month, warming to around 16 C (61 F) near the end of the month. 

A few of the cooler mornings, especially early in the month, can dip down to around 9 C (48 F).

The record low temperature in Madrid during June is 4.4 C (39.9 F). 

Does It Rain Much in June?

You can expect about 21-22 sunny, or at least partly sunny days this month with 8-9 days being mostly cloudy.

Only about 4 days this month normally record at least 1 mm (0.04 inches) of rain.


The number of daylight hours decreases slowly this month from about 15.1 hours on the 1st to around 14.8 hours by the 30th.


Mostly light to gentle winds prevail this month at 6-19 kph (4-12 mph) but briefly can be moderate at 20-28 kph (13-18 mph).

What to Wear in Madrid in June?

Best to dress for Summer with light and airy clothing. You can bring sundresses, shorts, both long and short-sleeved tops as well as jeans. 

You may want to add a light windbreaker or sweater for the few cooler late nights and early mornings.

Don’t forget some comfortable walking shoes as well as some sneakers.

Things to Do in Madrid in June

The weather in June is usually quite comfortable and sunny, so it's a perfect time to consider taking a pay-what-you-wish Madrid walking tour.

If you're looking for some family fun, consider heading to one of the theme parks or amusement parks in the area, including Parque Warner Madrid and Parque de Attraciones.

Anyone looking for a nighttime activity might want to consider going to a live Flamenco performance.

Alternatively, there are also Tapas bar crawls that take place during the evening, giving you a chance to try a lot of great local food.

Fred Pickhardt   
Ocean Weather Services 

About The Author

Fred Pickhardt

Fred is a marine meteorologist and sailed briefly with American Export Lines in the Far East trade. He has extensive experience in weather analysis, weather forecasting, and forensic weather event reconstructions. Fred founded Ocean Weather Services and currently provides forensic marine weather reports to the maritime industry.
Updated: May 11th, 2024
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