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Aruba Weather in June

Aruba weather in June is warm, sunny and arid. Temperatures are on the rise, but a low amount of precipitation keeps the air from getting too humid.

Aruba is located in the southern Caribbean, just north of Venezuela. It is one of ABC islands of the Leeward Antilles, neighboring Bonaire and Curacao.

This 20 mile long island has a dry and arid climate year round. It is populated with both catus and white sand beaches.

For the Caribbean, June marks the beginning of hurricane season. Aruba is located just outside the hurricane belt, meaning it generally does not suffer the hurricane damage common to its northern neighbors.

However, Aruba is not completely out of harm’s way, and it is important to take precaution when travelling to this region of the world during the hurricane season.


June Weather Stats

Avg. High
90 degrees F
Avg. Low
80 degrees F
Rain Inches
< 1.0
Temperatures in Aruba remain in the eighties year round.

The coolest months are January, February, and March, when the average high temperature is 87 degrees Fahrenheit, and the average low temperature drops to 76 degrees.

The warmest months are August and September, when high temperatures can reach 91 degrees, and the average low temperature is 80 degrees.

In June, the average high temperature is 90 degrees. the average low temperature is 80 degrees.

The heat will be felt most inland, as the trade winds keep temperatures on the coast feel comfortable and pleasant.

The hottest time of day in June is early afternoon. In the early morning and evenings, temperatures hover in the low eighties.

The average sea temperature in Aruba in June is a balmy 81 degrees, making watersports an enjoyable activity.

Because of the heat in June, fewer tourists are likely to come to Aruba during this month. This likely means that those who do come will experience fewer crowds and waits.


Aruba is a very dry island, receiving only 17 inches of rainfall per year.

The heaviest rainfall occurs in the last three months of the hurricane season: September, October, and November.

In October and November, Aruba receives three inches of rain per month.

March is the driest month, receiving less than an inch of rainfall.

In June, Aruba usually receives one inch of rainfall. It usually rains about five days out of the month.

Most of this rain occurs in the form of a short, passing shower.

Should I Visit Aruba in June?

Aruba weather in June is dry and sunny, with a small average amount of rainfall.

The sea and land temperatures are warm, and a trade wind breeze keeps temperatures comfortable.

As long as there are no looming hurricanes on the horizon, June is a good month to visit Aruba.
Scott S. Bateman is a professional journalist who has traveled widely throughout the Caribbean and the Americas.

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May 27, 2013

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