The first month of the summer, June
, is a moderately hot month in Aktobe
, with average temperature fluctuating between 28.2°C (82.8°F) and 13.4°C (56.1°F).
In June, the average high-temperature rises, from an agreeable 22°C (71.6°F) in May
, to a warm 28.2°C (82.8°F). In June, in Aktobe, the average low-temperature is 13.4°C (56.1°F).
The average heat index is evaluated at 29.1°C (84.4°F). Constant exposure and activity lead to possible fatigue. Prolonged exercise may result in heat cramps.
Note that heat index values are valued for light wind and location in the shade. Exposure to direct sunshine can increase heat index values by up to 15 Fahrenheit (8 Celsius) degrees.Note
: The heat index, also known as 'felt air temperature', 'apparent temperature', 'real feel', or 'feels like', combines air temperature and relative humidity to represent a human perceived temperature equivalent. Additional factors like activity, clothing, wind, and differences in body mass, height, and shape affect individual temperature impact. Bear in mind that direct sunshine exposure increases weather impact, and may raise heat index by up to 15 Fahrenheit (8 Celsius) degrees. Heat index values are especially crucial for babies and toddlers. Young children are generally more endangered than adults, as they usually less sweat. And also, due to larger skin surface relative to their small bodies and higher heat production as a result of their activity.
June and August
, with an average relative humidity of 54%, are the least humid months.
The month with the most rainfall in Aktobe is June when the rain falls for 12 days and typically aggregates up to 35mm (1.38") of precipitation.
June through August are months without snowfall in Aktobe.
June has the longest days of the year, with an average of 16.3h of daylight.
The average sunshine in June is 10.6h.
Months with the highest UV index are June and July
, with an average maximum UV index of 7. A UV Index estimate of 6 to 7 represents a high health hazard from unsafe exposure to the UV radiation for average individuals.Note
: The daily maximum UV index of 7 interpret into the following advice:
Take precautions against overexposure. Fair-skinned people may get burned in less than 20 minutes. The Sun's UV radiation is most powerful between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. To the extent possible, limit exposure to the direct sun during these hours. A wide-brim hat offers excellent sun protection for eyes, ears, face, and neck. Sunglasses with UVA and UVB protection significantly reduce eye damage from sun exposure. Tightly woven, loose-fitting clothes provide additional protection from the Sun.