June is the first month of the wet season. The wet season is when it is very humid every day and there are frequent afternoon thunderstorms. The wet season lasts until mid October. Every day is in the high 80’s to low 90’s but seldom over 95. Nights are in the mid 70’s. It’s humid 24/7.
June is also the beginning of hurricane season. Hurricanes feed off the warm ocean water and although the season starts in June it’s late August and September that is peak hurricane season.
It’s not impossible to get a hurricane in Ocala but being in the middle of the state we are about as safe a place as you will find in Florida.
The heat and humidity as a small price to pay for no winter.