I know it is a way off but what is the general weather in bruges the second week of june
There isn't any general weather. You can be fairly certain that there won't be any snow, otherwise it could be anything, sun, rain, cloudy, mist (perhaps, less likely), windy, storms, very hot, quite cold, in fact almost anything - and you could get one extreme one day, the other the next.
With global climate change, seriously disturbed weather has become more common and settled weather, of any sort, less common.
The only thing that the averages tell you is that the weather isn't likely to conform to the average on any particular day. The weather might be around 20 but it also might be 12 or 28, and it could be dry or it could be very wet. Brugge is quite close to the North Sea and that can have a considerable effect on the weather it gets. These days storms, sometimes violent storms, aren't unusual anywhere across the Flemish plain, including Brugge.
But it’s a reasonable starting point, more helpful than the first nonsense reply and I’m sure the OP doesn’t need tutoring on what average meansEdited: 28 April 2018, 18:29
Reply #1 is nonsense? Why? All those types of weather have actually occured in June in recent years. In fact, Becasse forgot to mention one type of weather that can also occur in June; hail. And if you think that is nonsense too, check this report about a hail storm in Belgium in June 2014;
For this part of the world average temperatures don’t mean anything. The maximum temperature in June 2017 was 32C, the lowest temperature was 9C. https:/…2150-waarnemingen-juni-2017.html
So even though the average temperature in that month still was 19C and that is likely to be the same for June 2018, that not going to help the OP much if they happen to be visiting on one of the colder days.
There is no general weather as far as I'm concerned though others are entitled to their opinion on that. I totally agree with becasse about climate change and unsettled weather.
So OP - either bring sensible clothing based on the likeky weather. Or bring 5 cases with your full wardrobe just in case. You work out what the realistic option for you is.
Or more sensibly, just make sure that you bring clothes that will suit dry and wet weather, because you can't rule the latter out, no matter what the stats say.
Or another option; check out the weather forecast a day before you depart and pack accordingly.