June in Miami is hot, humid, and wet. June is the second wettest month of the year just behind August.
Daytime high temperatures range from around 86-88 F (30-31 C) early in June, increasing to 89-92 F (31-33 C) late in the month.
On average, about 15-16 days will see afternoon high temperatures of 90 F (32 C) or more.
The record high temperature in Miami during June is 98 F (36.7 C).
Late night and early morning temperatures tend to be around 75-76 F (24 C). A few of the cooler mornings, mostly early in June, can dip down to around 70-72F (21-22 C).
The record low temperature for Miami during June is 60 F (15.6 C).
Rain or Shine
Even though this is the rainy season in Miami, there will still be 11-12 days with sunny or at least partly sunny skies.
Rain occurs most often in the form of late afternoon or evening showers and thunderstorms.
About 18 days this month will record at least 0.01 inches (0.25 mm) of rain with 7 of these receiving 0.5 inches (12.7 mm) or more.
The hours of daylight range from 13.6 hours on June 1st to 13.75 hours on the 21st.
Wind speeds will mostly be gentle at 8-12 mph (12-19 kph) to occasionally moderate at 13-18 mph (20-28 kph).
June begins the Atlantic Hurricane Season but the risk for a named tropical cyclone passing near the east coast of Florida, or the Bahamas is low (about once every 10-20 years)
If you are headed to the beaches expect warm ocean temperatures around 82-84 F (28-29 C).
What to Wear in Miami during June?
June is hot and humid with frequent showers so dress light and airy. Bring your beach wear including a pair of casual flip flops, sunglasses, sunscreen, and a good pair of walking shoes.
June is the second wettest month of the year, so definitely pack an umbrella as well.
Things to Do in Miami This June
With the weather heating up this month, it will be an excellent time to take a pay-what-you-wish walking tour in Miami.
There are currently free tours covering locations such as Little Havana and subjects like the Art Deco movement!
There are usually also a lot of great concerts and music festivals in southern Florida during the summer.
Alternatively, the Miami Marlins will be in full swing this month, and they will probably have several home games this month.
If you're looking to beat the heat, consider either going for a swim at the beach or hopping on a speed boat to feel the wind in your hair!
For more ideas, make sure to read our full post covering things to do in May this June.
April to June 2022 Miami
There is an 85% chance for normal to above normal temperatures with near normal rainfall.