Weather in June
in the Northern Mariana Islands
marks a significant transition as the islands brace for the onset of the wet season. The climate remains consistent across the islands, and no substantial variations exist among different locations.
Temperatures in June range from 80°F to 85°F, with this month typically registering the highest temperatures of the year. Rainfall begins to increase more noticeably as the wet season approaches, although the majority of June still falls under the dry season's influence.
When compared to May
, June exhibits a continued rise in temperature, making it distinctly warmer. As the islands move into July
, the commencement of the wet season becomes more pronounced, leading to an increase in rainfall and a shift in overall weather patterns. Despite these changes, June retains many of the appealing weather characteristics found in previous months, although it heralds the end of the dry season in the Northern Mariana Islands.
- Saipan - June »
The highest temperatures are recorded in June, with averages reaching a high of 84.9°F and a low of 75.4°F. June has the longest days of the year in Saipan with an average of 13h and 0min of daylight.
- Rota - June »
In Rota in June, during 19 rainfall days, 6.22" of precipitation is typically accumulated. June through November, with an average ocean temperature of 84.2°F, are months with the warmest seawater in Rota.
- Tinian International Airport - June »
With an average of 13h and 0min of daylight, June has the longest days of the year in Tinian International Airport. In Tinian International Airport, in June, during 19 rainfall days, 5" of precipitation is typically accumulated.