June is a big month weather wise here in Ocala. It is the beginning of the wet season. The heat and humidity returns and lasts until October. Afternoon thunderstorms are common. Although they only last a short time they can dump a lot of rain very quickly. Wind off the Atlantic collides with winds from the Gulf of Mexico and makes the afternoon atmosphere unstable causing thunderstorms. June is also the beginning of hurricane season although the season doesn’t really get going until late August. The ocean temperatures that feed hurricanes need that time to heat up.
Come to Ocala. The hot humid summers are a small price to pay for no winters