June is the beginning of the hot summer season in Nevada with a negligible amount of rain. Average high temperatures are in the hot range of 74°F (23.3°C) to 105°F (40.6°C), while the average low temperatures are in the mild 37°F (2.8°C) to warm 75°F (23.9°C) range. The ten hours of brilliant sunshine mostly see dry conditions with low humidity. Night skies are clear with millions of stars on display. Summers are prone to thunderstorms and even hailstorms that bring heavy rainfall within a few hours. The mountains of the Sierra Nevada offer relatively lower temperatures, while Lake Tahoe in the west is an ideal spot for relaxation during the hot summer. Heatwaves are common in the arid areas where lack of vegetation makes the conditions challenging. Flash foods occur suddenly in the event of heavy rainfall, so keep an eye on the weather. It is prudent to avoid outdoor explorations during midday when the intensity of the sunrays is at a peak in June in Nevada.