This post covers the weather in Prague in June, including average temperatures and precipitation, with tips for how to dress.
June begins summer in Prague with comfortable afternoons, but nights can still be chilly.
- Clouds and Rain
- What to Wear
- Things to Do
- Where to Stay in Prague
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- Weather in July
How Hot Is Prague in June?
Daytime high temperatures will tend to be near 20 C (68 F) early in June, warming to near 22 C (72 F) by the end of the month.
A few of the warmer afternoons, especially later in the month, can reach up to near 29 C (84 F).
The record high temperature in Prague during June is 32 C (90 F).
Late night and early morning low temperatures will likely be around 10 C (50 F) early in June but will warm to 12-13 C (54-56 F) near the end of the month.
A few of the colder mornings, early in June, can dip down to near 7 C (44-45 F).
The record low temperature in Prague during June is 0 C (32 F).
Is Prague Sunny in June?
You should expect 15-16 days this month to feature sunny, or at least partly sunny skies making this a great time to be outdoors.
Although about 17 days record some rainfall, only about 9-10 days will receive 1 mm (0.04 inches) or more rain.
There will be ample daylight this month to explore this great city.
The shortest day will be June 1st with 16.1 hours of daylight with the longest day occurring on June 21st at 16.4 hours.
The wind tends to be mostly light to gentle (6-19 kph/4-12 mph) but briefly can be moderate (20-28 kph/13-18mph).
What to Wear in Prague in June?
June starts the summer season and afternoon temperatures tend to be comfortable, but nights still can be chilly.
Jeans and short sleeve shirts work well along with a pair of shorts for the warmer days.
For the cooler nights and early mornings, you will need a lightweight jacket or windbreaker, a long-sleeved shirt or two, and a light sweater.
You should also pack an umbrella for those wet days and don’t forget a good pair of walking shoes.
Things to Do in Prague in June
Now that the summer is finally here, this is probably one of the best times to think about taking a pay-what-you-wish walking tour in Prague.
You might also want to consider going on a cruise to do a bit of sightseeing from the water, as the breeze is sure to help keep you cool during the warmer months.
If you're looking for a family-friendly activity, you could also head to the Prague Zoo to see some of the most exotic animals in the world with your children!
There are also usually at least a few festivals this month, as well as noteworthy concerts to attend.
For more details on these options, make sure to read our full post covering things to do in Prague during June.