Buenos Aires Weather June Averages, Argentina

    Buenos Aires Weather for June 2023

    What's the Weather Like in Buenos Aires in June


    In June, average daily temperatures continue to drop in the city of Buenos Aires, approaching their annual minimum. Temperatures are higher for a few degrees at the beginning of the first winter month than at the end. Average temperatures, in general, vary between 8C (46.4F) and 16C (60.8F) this time of year. However, minimum temperatures are prone to decrease down to 4C (39.2F), while maximum temperatures tend to rise up to 20C (68F) occasionally. Considering typical temperatures, Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a less cold destination in June than La Paz, the capital of Bolivia.

    The graph projection reveals two distinctive temperature levels during the month of June in this Argentine city. Nights and mornings are mostly cold, with temperatures below 13C (55.4F). Days are initially cool from around noon to midnight. But this interval grows shorter in the course of June. By the end of the month, the duration of the cool interval is roughly 5 hours, approx. from 2 pm to 7 pm.

    Sunshine Hours

    June is the least sunny month in Buenos Aires, the Paris of South America. On average, the city receives 4 hours of sunlight per day during this period, which is approx. 40% of daylight hours. The probability of overcast or mostly cloudy weather is around 50%, remaining essentially constant throughout the month.


    In general, June is the driest month in the largest city of Argentina. The destination typically receives around 50 mm/1.97 in of rainfall during 8 or 9 wet days on average. The chance that a day will be rainy is constantly around 20% during the entire month. However, rain discharges less rainfall the later the precipitation occurs.

    Rain is most likely to fall during the night, while the least likely time of rainy weather is late evening most of the month. Only by the end of June, the late morning is the least probable time of the day for rain to occur.

    Wind speed

    The speed of the wind is on a slight increase in the course of June in the most populous city of Argentina. Most of the month, the average wind speed is 4.7 m/s, increasing to 4.8 m/s (gentle breeze) by the end of the period. The wind is the calmest at late afternoon, with its speed decreasing down to 3.9 m/s. Noon is the windiest time of the day. Developing the speed of up to 5.3 m/s, the midday wind approaches the values characteristic of a moderate breeze.


    With the average relative humidity of 79%, Buenos Aires is a dry destination this time of year considering humidity levels.

    Sunrise and sunset

    Daylight gets shorter until June 21 in this destination, becoming longer from then on. June 1 features the longest daylight. Then, sunrise occurs at 7:51 am, while sunset takes place at 5:50 pm, 9:59 hours later. June 21 has 9:50 hours of daylight, from 8 am to 5:50 pm. On June 30, daybreak takes place at 8:01 am, while sundown occurs at 5:53 pm, 9:52 hours later.

    Average sea temperature

    In accordance to air temperatures, the average temperature of the sea drops, as well. In June, the sea temperature varies between 11C (51.8F) and 15C (59F).

    Extraordinary weather occurrences

    Albeit average temperatures are well above 0C (32F), light frosts may take place in the cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires at night in winter. These are the outcome of cold air masses that arrive from the south. On the other hand, days may get surprisingly warm (even up to 30C/86F) with the arrival of warm air currents from the north.

    Buenos Aires Hotels in June

    Winter is the low tourist season in the city of Buenos Aires, with hotel deals and other related expenses at their minimum.

    America del Sur Hostel

    America del Sur Hostel is a budget-friendly accommodation provider, located in the city core. The hostel has rooms and dorms on offer, which dispose of free Wi-Fi, and private or shared bathrooms. Transportation options are nearby, as well as some top tourist attractions.

    Tritone Hotel

    Tritone Hotel is a 3-star property, located in the downtown area of Buenos Aires, the Paris of South America. The hotel has rooms and suites on offer that feature free internet access, safes, heating and air-conditioning, minibars and working desk among other equipment. Parking next to the hotel is available for a surcharge.

    Bulnes Eco Suites

    4-star Bulnes Eco Suites, located in the Palermo neighborhood, is a modern hotel. The basic equipment of the accommodation units consists of flat-screen TVs, complimentary Wi-Fi and safes. Rooms feature large windows and guests benefit of room service. A bar, restaurant and a nearby paid parking are available, too.

    Hotel Club Frances

    Hotel Club Frances is a 5-star establishment, offering rooms and suites. Some of them include spa baths and saunas, while all units dispose of free wireless internet, cable TVs and air-conditioning. A business center, fitness center, spa and a solarium are some complimentary facilities of Hotel Club Frances.

    Bars and restaurants

    The gastronomic scene of Buenos Aires is influenced by Italian cuisine, introduced by Italian expatriates. Furthermore, you can enjoy specialties of other renowned cuisines in this Argentine city, which underline its cosmopolitan character. Regardless of the budget you dispose of, attractive alternatives are always nearby. Of Argentine specialties, you should have steaks, empanadas, chimichurri, provoleta and alfajores while here.

    Pulperia Quilapan

    Pulperia Quilapan is the right place for tasting Argentinian food, wines and beers. Located in the San Telmo neighborhood, the bar features a relaxed vibe and decent prices. Opening hours of Pulperia Qualipan are between noon and midnight from Wednesday to Sunday.

    La Morada

    La Morada is an affordable restaurant serving Argentine food. Most of the house's former patrons are very satisfied with empanadas served here. Of these, carne picante is among the highlights. Opening hours of La Morada are from 10 am to 4 pm on workdays.

    Sintesis Tapas Asiaticas

    Sintesis Tapas Asiaticas is a Japanese restaurant serving moderately-priced dishes. It is also known as one of the best places in the cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires for eating ramen. Apart from Japanese food, you can find specialties of Chinese and Taiwanese cuisines in the restaurant's menu. Sintesis Tapas Asiaticas is open from Tuesday to Saturday.

    La Bourgogne

    La Bourgogne is a well-reputed upscale dining venue, located in Alvear Palace Hotel. It serves specialties of French cuisine and prides itself on an award-winning list of wines. Note that dining at La Bourgogne costs a few hundred USD (in local currency) per person. Opening hours are from 7:30 pm to midnight every day except on Sunday.

    Things to do in Buenos Aires in June

    Puente de la Mujer

    The "Woman's Bridge" is one of the most recognizable structures of Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina. Located next to the Dock 3 in the Madero district, it pays homage to the grace and elegance of the women. The shining bridge is about 160 meters (525 feet) long, and it rotates 90 degrees. Hence, it allows the water traffic to go on without disruptions.

    Tigre Art Museum

    The Municipal Museum of Fine Art in Tigre is an outstanding venue in many regards. It displays various outstanding architectural and decorative details. Some of the former are turrets with spires, arches and elegant columns. Of the latter, you will admire marble staircase, crystal chandeliers and Venetian mirrors among other decoration. Equally important, the Fine Arts Museum exhibits Argentinian art of 19th and 20th centuries.   Berni, Pellegrini and Soldi are just a few masters whose works of art you can examine in this exhibition venue. 

    Chacarita Cemetery

    The Chacarita Cemetery is a large cemetery, occupying as much as the half of the homonymous barrio. This burial ground was founded in 1871, when the outbreak of cholera inflicted many victims. Besides its size, the cemetery of Chacarita is famous because a famous Tango singer, Carlos Gardel, rests there. The maestro's mausoleum and monument are quite impressive, but are not the only ones in the Chacarita Cemetery. While walking around, you are likely to find sections where Argentine intellectuals and artists rest.

    Fishing in Mar del Plata

    Fans of fishing should plan a trip to Mar del Plata, which prides itself on many fish species and attractive fishing opportunities. Albeit Mar del Plata is far away from the largest city of Argentina, you won't regret the effort if you like fishing. Shore, sea and deep-sea fishing are some activities you can enjoy during your stay in this Atlantic resort. And they are available year round.

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