US Temperature Map June | US Weather Map

The overall weather in the United States in June can be summarized as warm and sunny, with occasional showers and thunderstorms. The average temperature across the country is 71 degrees Fahrenheit (21 degrees Celsius), with the highest temperatures in the Southwest and the lowest temperatures in the Northeast.

Approximately 15.2 percent of the contiguous U.S. observed its warmest June on record. This is the largest extent of record warm temperatures on record for the U.S. Temperatures were near to below average across portions of the Deep South and Southeast.

Average Low & High Temperature of US June

Here is a more detailed breakdown of the weather in June across different regions of the United States:


West Coast:




In general, temperature decreases towards the polar region and increases closer to the equator. Meanwhile, the milder states are in the middle latitudes. States like Wyoming and Colorado have relatively cool climates because of their elevation. Meanwhile, southern states like Florida and Texas have higher mean annual daily minimum temperatures.

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