Averages for Los Angeles in June

Weather Lowdown

In June, the Los Angeles climate becomes even warmer with barely any rain and lots of sunshine hours. The average temperature hovers around 19°C (about 65°F). The average daily high temperature climbs to 24°C (about 75°F) at its hottest and only gets as low as 13°C (around 55°F). The average hours of sunshine during the day is 13 hours, same as hours of sunshine in May.

The average June high doesn't come close t...

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  • Temperature Temperature 19°C 65°F
  • High Temperature Holiday Weather 24°C 75°F
  • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 13°C 55°F
  • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 13 hrs
  • Rainfall Rainfall 3 mm
  • Rainfall days Rainfall days 1 days
  • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 17°C 63°F

Weather Lowdown

In June, the Los Angeles climate becomes even warmer with barely any rain and lots of sunshine hours. The average temperature hovers around 19°C (about 65°F). The average daily high temperature climbs to 24°C (about 75°F) at its hottest and only gets as low as 13°C (around 55°F). The average hours of sunshine during the day is 13 hours, same as hours of sunshine in May.

The average June high doesn't come close to the record high for that area. In Downtown Los Angeles, the hottest temperature ever recorded was on June 26, 1990, when residents and visitors suffered through a sweltering 44°C day.

With average rainfall during June only 3mm, it is a fairly safe bet that you won't be needing to bring an umbrella or raincoat. The average number of rainy days in June in Los Angeles is only one with an average 35 percent chance of getting a sunny day. The chance of rain on any given day is only two percent and the chance of a cloudy day is 18 percent.

T-shirts and shorts would be fine for during the day, and of course you should take care to make sure you use sunscreen during the hottest parts of the day to avoid getting burnt. Los Angeles has a local weather phenomenon called 'June Gloom' where areas near to the coast are cloudy and foggy at the start of the day. However, this does clear up by early afternoon.

The average sea temperature is warming up and averages around 17°C (about 63°F) in June, so you could definitely try some waterskiing or windsurfing if your brave. For sure, you can enjoy a dip in the Pacific Ocean to cool off from the warm sunshine.  

Where to Stay

Housed in a fully-restored, mid-century modern building, The Line hotel offers accommodations in Los Angeles' Koreatown neighborhood. Each room provides floor-to-ceiling views of the Los Angeles skyline and handmade furnishings from designer Sean Knibbs. Dining options at The Line include Commissary, housed in a greenhouse next to the pool, and Pot, a Korean fusion restaurant.

Providing easy access to downtown Los Angeles' top attractions, the Luxe City Center Hotel is across the street from the Staples Center and Microsoft Theater and a few blocks from the business district. The hotel has 178 sleek and spacious guestrooms with high-end granite and marble bathrooms. As a guest, you enjoy an outdoor terrace with private cabanas, fire pit and water fountain, as well as niXon global kitchen with a patio lounge.

The Hotel Wilshire, a Kimpton property, gives guests a chic and sumptuous experience in the heart of Beverly Hills. The rooftop pool and restaurant offer views of the famous Hollywood hills and Hollywood sign. From the guest rooms to the luxury suites of the Hotel Wilshire penthouse, the accommodations are high-end, state-of-the-art and California cool.

Things to Do

For anyone who is passionate about theatre, a performance of Shakespeare by the Sea is a must-see. Beginning in June each year, they stage 40 performances of selected Shakespeare plays in 19 different outdoor locations around Los Angeles. Bring a lawn chair and a blanket, and of course a picnic and obligatory bottle of champagne.

Every June, the L.A. Pride celebration takes place in Los Angeles, bringing in celebrities and visitors to celebrate gay, lesbian and transgendered pride in the city. The festival includes a parade and musical guests like Ke$ha and Fifth Harmony.

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Hit the Beach

Running along the Pacific Coast Highway, Topanga Beach gives visitors amazing views while they're swimming, surfing and fishing. The beach also has restrooms, picnic tables and showers, as well as food concessions to get a bite to eat. Across the street and accessible by an underground walkway is Rosenthal Winery so you can sip on wine when you're done at the beach.

Bolsa Chica State Park Beach sits in the community of Sunset Beach and sees thousands of visitors each year. Along with the typical swimming, surfing and volleyball, the beach has a welcome center with exhibits, RV campsite and beach wheelchairs available for loan. The spot is also popular with fishermen, with plentiful perch, corbina, croaker and sand sharks.

Eating & Drinking Out

At Sotto, the chefs serve up southern Italian dishes, homemade pastas and Neapolitan pizzas. The restaurant is open daily for dinner starting at 5:30 and the menu includes small, medium and large dishes, all meant to share. Along with dinner, you'll enjoy authentic Italian desserts and drinks. 

Named one of the best new restaurants in Los Angeles in 2014, Maude is the brainchild of Chef Curtis Stone. The menu changes monthly and each month all the dishes in the nine course meal focuses on one main seasonal ingredient, such as apples in the fall.

The Tasting Kitchen in Venice is open seven days a week for dinner, as well as for brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. The menu is eclectic and varied and diners choose a three or five-course meal that includes antipasti, charcuteries, pastas, sandwiches and meat entrees. The brunch menu includes classics like French toast, gravy and biscuits and waffles, as well as smoked salmon and burgers. 

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