With the arrival of June
, summer truly descends on Moraira
. At 14.8 hours, the city experiences its longest daylight hours while the UV index climbs to its yearly maximum of 9. As the sun blazes in the clear sky, summer dresses and sunscreens become a must for coping with the increasing warmth. Despite the heat, the infrequent rain offers a refreshing break. The city shines under the golden sunlight, basking in the peak of its vibrancy.
Moraira in June experiences a slight uptick in the average high-temperature, adjusting from May
's 23°C to a still moderately hot 26°C. Moraira records a steady low-temperature average of 17°C during June.
In June, the rain falls for 6 days. Throughout June, 21mm of precipitation is accumulated. Throughout the year, there are 105 rainfall days, and 442mm of precipitation is accumulated.
In Moraira, in June, the average water temperature is 22.7°C.Note
: For someone sensitive to cold, swimming in 22.7°C waters can be invigorating, especially when considering elements like sunshine, wind, and current air temperature. (As a reference, Olympic swimming waters are kept between 25°C and 28°C.)
June has the longest days of the year, with an average of 14h and 48min of daylight.
On the first day of June in Moraira, sunrise is at 06:36 and sunset at 21:17. On the last day of the month, sunrise is at 06:37 and sunset at 21:28 CEST.
In Moraira, the average sunshine in June is 10h.
The months with the highest UV index in Moraira, Spain, are June and July
, with an average maximum UV index of 9. A UV Index of 8 to 10 symbolizes a very high health hazard from unprotected exposure to Sun's UV rays for average individuals.Note
: The maximum daily UV index, 9 in June, converts into the following recommendations:
Never be careless. Unprotected skin and eyes can be harmed swiftly. Seek shade and limit direct sun exposure between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., the peak period for UV radiation. Keep in mind that shade structures like parasols or canopies do not offer complete sun protection. Boost your sun resistance with garments that are densely woven yet spacious. Prolonged stay under the direct sun should be avoided as much as possible, especially if a person burns easily. Sunscreen with a minimum 30 sun protection factor should always be used. Caution! The Sun's UV intensity grows with reflections off sand and water.