June is hot in Wake Island as the beginning of the wet season sees an increase in rainfall. The precipitation averages 2.3" (58mm) in the month, with the possibility of rain every day. The warm sea breeze does not allow the night temperatures to drop significantly. The average temperatures are in the 77°F (25°C) to 88°F (31.1°C), but the days remain mostly below 90°F (32.2°C). The reef has calm and clear waters that are particularly interesting to snorkeling and scuba diving enthusiasts due to the abundant number of tropical fish. The storm season sees lightning and thunder accompanied by rain. The daily sunshine reaches a peak of 10 hours, and the daylight lasts over 13 hours. Only a modest number of military support personnel remain on the island during the summer. Wake Island is generally not in the itinerary of tour planners in June.