June Weather Averages for Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

What's the Weather like in Grand Cayman in June

Temperature

Air temperatures are on a slight rise in Grand Cayman and other Cayman Islands in June when compared to May. Average lows in this period are 27˚C (80.6˚F). Occasionally, however, they drop below 25˚C (77˚F) or rise over 28˚C (82.4˚F). As for the average high temperatures, they usually remain at 31˚C (87.8˚F). Sometimes, they decrease below 29˚C (84.2˚F) or exceed 32˚C (89.6˚F).

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What's the Weather like in Grand Cayman in June

Temperature

Air temperatures are on a slight rise in Grand Cayman and other Cayman Islands in June when compared to May. Average lows in this period are 27˚C (80.6˚F). Occasionally, however, they drop below 25˚C (77˚F) or rise over 28˚C (82.4˚F). As for the average high temperatures, they usually remain at 31˚C (87.8˚F). Sometimes, they decrease below 29˚C (84.2˚F) or exceed 32˚C (89.6˚F).

At the beginning of the month, it tends to get hot between 11 am and 6 pm. In the course of the month, this time frame extends. Consequently, you are likely to have hot weather from around 10 am to almost 8 pm on June 30.

In regard to average temperatures in this period of the year, this destination is similar to the Dominican Republic.

Sunshine

The probability of a cloudy day in the Grand Cayman resort is high during this period. The lowest possibility of having the overcast or mostly cloudy sky is on June 1 – 73%. This likelihood increases until June 15, which is, according to statistics, the cloudiest day of the entire year. Then, such cloudy conditions are 81% likely to occur. After this day, the probability of cloud cover over the main island of the Cayman Islands slightly decreases. On June 30, the chances of clear, mostly clear or partially cloudy weather are 21%.

Still, the average number of sunshine hours per day during this month is up to 10. That is because the cloudy conditions are most likely to occur during the night.

Rain

The likelihood of a rainy day on June 1 is 31%. This parameter increases to 32% between June 4 and June 11, from when it constantly decreases. June 21 is 27% likely to be a wet day, while the same probability for the last day of the month is 23%.

The average amount of precipitation the island of Grand Cayman receives throughout the month is around 160 mm (6.3 in). The introductory days of June are more likely to receive a bigger amount of rainfall than the final days. For example, if rain occurs on June 4, the average rainfall accumulation is 73 mm (2.87 in). On June 30, the overall precipitation is more likely to be around 43 mm (1.69 in).

During this period, the average number of rainy days is 11. Note that rainy intervals, in the form of heavy showers and thunderstorms, may last up to a few hours. When the rain stops, it is usually over for that day.

Wind speed

The usual speed of the wind in the resort of Grand Cayman in June is 5.7 m/s. The variations are very subtle, even when they occur. The morning around 8:30 am is the windiest time of the day. Late night is the calmest in that regard.

Humidity

The chances of a muggy day on the island are constantly high in June. They are 100% certain, or insignificantly lower.

Sunrise and sunset

Sunrises and sunsets take place later with every passing day in June. On the first day of the month, the duration of the daylight is from 5:46 am until 6:59 pm. On the final day of the month, the sun rises at 5:50 am and sets at 7:07 pm.

Average sea temperature

The water temperature around Grand Cayman Island at this time of the year is constantly between 28˚C (82.4˚F) and 29˚C (84.2˚F).

Extraordinary weather occurrences

Albeit this is unlikely, the Cayman Islands might be hit by a hurricane in this month. The hurricane season runs between June and November, with the highest chances of occurring between August and October. Note, however, that the last major hurricane took place in 2004.

Also keep in mind the possibility of the earthquake. Albeit the last serious earthquake happened in 2004, the nearness of the Caribbean and North American tectonic plates makes earthquakes a reality. 

The tsunami may be a consequence of the earthquake. If you notice the water receding, make some distance between the coastline and yourself immediately. In addition, take some higher ground, if available nearby. If you are on the open sea, don't rush toward the land. It is often less dangerous there.

Grand Cayman Hotels in June

In general, accommodation providers in Grand Cayman Island range from moderately priced to luxurious. In June, hotel rates decrease, which is a good opportunity for enjoying a bit of luxury while paying less.

Villas of the Galleon is a 3-star complex, featuring an attractive location next to 7 Miles Beach. The accommodation units (from 1 to 4 beds) have equipped kitchens, air-conditioning and TVs. Complimentary Wi-Fi and free parking are other amenities guests can enjoy. The international airport is around 10 minutes away by car.

Grand Caymanian Resort, unlike most other hotels, faces the North Sound instead of the open Caribbean Sea. The property is set in a lush environment, and rooms and suites offer views of the North Sound, an attached garden or the Golf Club. Rooms feature flat-screen TVs, kitchens and free Wi-Fi, while some of them have balconies. The complex disposes of a business center, tennis courts and a fitness room. Free parking is available for guests of the hotel. The airport is several kilometers away.

Morritt's Resorts is a 4-star complex, located in the northeastern corner of East End. This luxury resort comprises a few hotels that access a white-sand beach. The accommodation units are spacious, with balconies providing beautiful views of the Caribbean Sea. Dining venues, a fitness center, a spa, and a swimming pool on the beach are some additional amenities. There is a dock next to the resort, from where you can set off to various places ideal for diving.

Grand Cayman Beach for June

Beaches along the Grand Cayman coastline are popular for many reasons. In addition to experiencing sunrises and waiting sunsets, they are ideal for a wide range of activities. Snorkeling, partying and a horse riding are just a few of them.

Gun Bay Beach is located on the eastern side of East End. It usually isn't crowded and has magnificent, shallow turquoise waters. The beach features soft, white sand. Gun Bay Beach is more suitable for a short stay since it doesn't have restrooms available.

South Sound Beach is near George Town, hence it tends to get sometimes crowded. But, if you prefer calm waters for your activities, this beach will be ideal for you. South Sound Beach is a big sandy beach, located near a cemetery. Restrooms aren't available here.

Cemetery Beach, which is a part of more famous Seven Miles Beach, is a paradise for snorkeling. Located in West Bay, this popular beach features shallow waters and white sand. It has a lot of shade, but lacks restrooms.

Bars and Restaurants

Catch Restaurant & Lounge is a reputable eatery, located in Morgan's Harbor, on the West Bay's east coast. From this waterfront restaurant, you can enjoy the views of North Sound while having seafood specialties. The restaurant prepares the catch that is freshly caught, as well as local produce. Besides a wide selection of fish and seafood dishes, this fine dining venue has an extensive offer of cocktails, wines and beers. Catch is open daily from 11:30 am until 1 am on weekdays, midnight on Saturday, and 11 pm on Sunday.

Czech Inn Grill is a mid-range restaurant in Bodden Town. According to reviews of their guests, they serve delicious burgers, salads, and sandwiches. By the looks of their menu, the restaurant prepares certain European, American and Asian specialties. Czech Inn Grill is open Tuesday to Sunday. Opening hours are from 11 am until 10 pm (Tue-Thu), 11 pm (Fri-Sat) and 7:30 pm (Sunday).

Eagle Ray's Dive Bar & Grill is a mid-range restaurant, located on Austin Conolly Dr road, East End. The eatery overlooks the Caribbean Sea and is set in a verdant environment. Lionfish is one of the specialties of the house, and Eagle Ray's organizes Lionfish BBQ evenings on Mondays. The Divers Buffet Dinner takes place on Wednesday evenings. The restaurant is open daily from 11:30 am to 9:30 pm.

Hemingway's is an upscale dining venue, facing popular Seven Miles Beach near Camana Bay. The restaurant serves exotic Asian-style specialties, such as Teriyaki Glazed Salmon and Wagyu Beef Tataki. Sakes and craft cocktails are on offer, too. Hemingway's is open daily from 11 am to 11 pm.

Things to do in Grand Cayman in June

Grand Cayman is the largest of the Cayman Islan ds, but it is not very big at all. Nevertheless, it boasts many attractive points of interest, which makes this island a perfect destination for exploring. Albeit most popular places for tourists are points of interest located along the Grand Cayman coastline, there are attractions deeper inland that you should visit, too.

Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Garden is one such attraction, combining elements of Caribbean colonial and Caymanian architecture. There, you can examine various floral species, see Blue Iguanas (best on sunny mid-mornings) and have a picnic by a nearby lake. Furthermore, you can lay eyes on wildlife native to the Caribbean and rare aquatic birds. The botanic garden has the Green Globe certification.

Diving is one of the most rewarding experiences here. While you dive, you will get yourself acquainted with the outstanding diversity of the Grand Cayman resort's waters. You will see corals, sponges, turtles, rays and many other marine species, not to mention an occasional shipwreck. June is an ideal season for underwater activities here, so benefit the most of it.

If you prefer, however, to remain dry while exploring the bottom of the Caribbean Sea, join the Atlantis submarine tour. The submarine submerges to the 30-meter depth, revealing underwater canyons, reefs, tropical fish and other sea life. Take the night tour to experience the kaleidoscope of colors you can't see during the day.

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