Disney World in June means everyone is out for summer break. Typically this means insane crowds at Disney World, but we have noticed a decrease of people during the summer over the last two years. Now don’t take this the wrong way. It’s still busy, it’s just not packed. June is a rare opportunity to experience Epcot without a festival overlay. Don’t be surprised by cloudy skies and occasional showers despite the heat.
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The Weather in Disney World During June
The weather on average ranges from overnight lows in the 70s to the daytime highs up to 90, and let’s not forget that it will be very humid, with likely afternoon rain. It’s a good idea to pack as you would for summer during this month. It’s a pretty good bet that you are going to be wearing a lot of shorts and tee shirts during this month. Also, remember to pack the sunscreen. Bring a cheap poncho as well. If you get caught in a passing shower or thunderstorm, you won’t need to buy one. It may be summer, but June is also the beginning of the hurricane season. As always, it’s a good idea to check the weather forecast before you leave.
There is no time like June to visit the water parks at Disney World. Typhoon Lagoon near Disney Springs and Blizzard Beach near Disney’s Animal Kingdom contain a variety of attractions in beautifully themed environments. Stormalong Bay at the Beach Club is also a mini water park for hotel guests to enjoy.
Disney World Events in June
Although it is summer June is a bit of an offseason period between May and July. There is no festival event taking place at Epcot, and most of Walt Disney World carries on at its usual pace without anything major, taking place. There are no onsite RunDisney events. However, there is a virtual race for RunDisney in June.
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