New York Weather June Averages, USA

    New York Weather for June 2020

    What's the Weather Like in New York in June?

    The weather gets warmer and drier in June in New YorkUSA, when spring is merging into summer.

    How Hot Is New York in June?

    During this month, the average temperature for the city is 22ºC made up of average lows of 17ºC and afternoon highs of 22ºC.

    New York's Hottest and Coldest Junes

    The hottest temperature which has ever been recorded in the city at this time of year is 37°C and the coldest is 9°C.

    Does It Rain In New York In June?

    Throughout the month, the city is subject to an average of 98mm of rainfall spread out between 13 rainy days. With rainfall occurring on more than 1/3 of days across the month, there is quite a good chance you'll experience some wet days on your visit.

    June Sunshine Hours In New York

    Over the course of an average June, New York enjoys around 11 hours of sunshine each day.

    Is New York Windy In June?

    Compared to the other months, June is a relatively calm month. At this time of year, typical wind speeds range between calm and (moderate breezes, rarely rising to fresh breezes. 

    Check the New York City forecast here.

    New York Hotels in June

    Hotel Edison Times Square

    Hotel Edison Times Square is an Art Deco hotel located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, just seconds away from theatres, bars, restaurants, shopping malls, individual boutiques and tourist attractions.

    Accommodation is provided in the form of classic and signature rooms, each of which comes with flat-screen TV with cable, WiFi access (paid) and work desk.

    Within the hotel you'll find the Rum House cocktail lounge with complimentary wine for one hour at 5pm Tuesday and Friday along with live jazz music, 24-hour fitness centre, 24-hour business centre, 24-hour valet parking, gift shop, airport transfers and complimentary walking tours around New York City every Tuesday at 10am.

    Hotel Newton

    For something a bit more affordable, try Hotel Newton. Found within the Upper West Side part of the city, this small hotel is perfect for those who want to visit Central Park, Riverside Park, Columbus Circle, the American Museum of Natural History, the Manhattan Children's Museum and Columbia University.

    Accommodation is provided in the form of 105 superior and deluxe doubles and queens, as well as standard single and doubles which feature WiFi access (paid), mini bars, flat-screen TVs, and coffee making facilities, plus 12 deluxe junior suites and superior queen suites which also come with kitchenettes.

    Although onsite services are limited to room service, the Manhattan Café is located opposite the hotel and serves American, Greek and Italian food for breakfast lunch and dinner.

    The Benjamin

    The Benjamin is ideal for travellers who love top-end accommodation. Set within a 29-storey beaux-arts building full of classic artwork, this hotel is situated in East Midtown Manhattan, within easy access of the shopping opportunities of Fifth Avenue, Grand Central Terminal, the Rockerfeller Centre and St Patrick's Cathedral, as well as a wealth of bars, restaurants and department stores.

    Guests can choose between guestrooms, deluxe studios, one-bedroom suites, balcony suites, terrace suites and the Benjamin suite, each of which comes with custom-designed bed, marble bathroom and flat-screen HDTV.

    Within the hotel you'll find the National restaurant which serves French bistro-style food for breakfast lunch and dinner, beauty salon with hair and spa treatments, 24-hour fitness centre and live music every Sunday between 6pm and 10pm at the onsite restaurant.

    Renaissance New York Hotel 57

    Renaissance New York Hotel 57 is a chic boutique hotel located in the centre of Midtown Manhattan, close to Bloomingdale's flagship store, Carnegie Hall, Central Park and loads of museums, art galleries, bars, restaurants and shopping malls.

    Accommodation is provided in the form of 202 guestrooms and suites, each of which comes with marble bathroom, air conditioning and coffee making facilities, plus city views available from most units.

    Onsite services and facilities include Opia Restaurant which serves French cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Opia Lounge and Bar which shows live sporting events and fitness centre, with plenty more eateries, bars and entertainment venues just a short walk away.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Koi Restaurant

    For delicious Asian cuisine, you can't beat Koi Restaurant. Open for lunch Monday to Friday 11.45am-2.30pm and for dinner Monday to Thursday 5.30pm-11pm, Friday to Saturday 5.30pm-11.30pm and Sundays 6pm-10pm, this eatery is styled with Asian décor in mind, with minimalist dark wooden furniture and leather banquettes.

    The menu features Asian-Californian fusion food, with specialities such as crispy rice topped with spicy tuna, yellowtail carpaccio with grapeseed oil and Kobe beef filet mignon. In addition to the lunch and dinner a la carte menus, there are also sushi, dessert and cocktail menus.

    Scalini Fedeli

    If you prefer Italian food, make a reservation at Scalini Fedeli. This restaurant is run by a Michelin-starred chef who puts great energy and experience into his food which is modern and eclectic Italian with a clear French influence.

    Diners can choose between prix fixe and tasting menus, each of which includes classics such as roasted Chilean sea bass and butter basil poached main lobster. Because only the freshest ingredients are used in the kitchen, the menu changes every two months according to what is in season.

    Il Punto Ristorante

    Il Punto Ristorante is another top pick when it comes to Italian restaurants in New York. Open Monday to Friday noon to 10pm, Saturdays 4pm-10.30pm and Sundays 4pm-10pm, this centrally-located restaurant aims to bring Italy to New York with Mediterranean lunch and dinner menus boasting house-made pastas, breads, grilled and roasted seafood, poultry and veal, plus many homemade Italian desserts, including tiramisu, panna cotta and gelato.

    Lunch, dinner, dessert, to-go, pre-fixe theatre and pre-fix business lunch menus are all available. Private and group dining can also be arranged in intimate dining rooms separate from the main restaurant.

    Things to do in New York in June

    Madison Square Garden

    If the weather takes a turn for the worst, seek shelter at Madison Square Garden. This venue hosts a wide variety of entertainment, from basketball games and music concerts to dog shows and musicals.

    In June 2015, Billy Joel and Bette Midler will be performing, but many more events will be revealed closer to the time, so make sure you check the website to see what's on during your holiday.

    Visitors can also sign up for Madison Square Garden tours every day between 10.30am and 3pm which take you on a behind-the-scenes adventure to explore VIP areas of the venue not usually open to the public.

    High Line

    When it comes to a quirky yet romantic place to explore in New York, the High Line ticks all the boxes. This unusual attraction is a 2.3km-long linear park built along an ex-railroad track, inspired by the Promenade Plantée in ParisFrance.

    Here you can enjoy leisurely strolls along the elevated pathways, relax on the numerous benches and admire the artwork on the buildings all for free.

    There is usually a handful of official staff members posted at several spots throughout the park who can answer any questions you have about the site. Special events take place throughout the year here, so be sure to check the website just before you go to see what's going on.

    Tenement Museum

    Visit the Tenement Museum and find out about the history of 97 Orchard Street and the 7,000 working class people who used to live there.

    The museum can be seen in three ways: by touring the building which includes a visit to the restored apartments and businesses, by meeting the "residents" (costumed interpreters) who lived at 97 Orchard Street and by walking throughout the neighbourhood to discover the Lower East Side and find out how the immigrants shaped the area and its culture.

    After your chosen tour, don't forget to stop by the gift shop where you can pick up all sorts of books, jewellery, accessories, office items, home décor products, games and kids' toys.

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