Florida's summer is well on its way to showing up in the great Sunshine State, and we've all been ready to start our bucket list adventures; however, the first part of the Florida Summer always tends to be a little...wet. Rainy weather is in the forecast for Florida this June according to the Farmer's Almanac. You might want to get your umbrellas ready.\nWhen we're planning our adventures, one of the first things we look for is the anticipated weather forecast to decide when would be the best time to go. Florida's Summer starts on June 21st, and we've been holding onto hope that the weather will be bright and sunny. But that doesn't look like it's the case for June in Florida this year.\nAccording to the Farmer's Almanac, Floridians can expect several thunderstorms and warm weather for most of June; And of course, we're moving into Florida's wet and humid season, so our chances of seeing a developing tropical storm are possible. Check out the Farmer's Almanac prediction below.\nThe Old Farmer's Almanac\nWhen compared to the forecasts for Jacksonville, Tampa, and Miami - it turns out that the almanac's predictions are fairly accurate.\nJacksonville is looking at 5 rainy days between the 4th and 9th, on June 4th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th. We might need to invest in some yellow rainboots.\nAccuweather\nTampa is looking at 3 days with scattered thunderstorms, with another 1 possible June 4th, 5th, and 8th.\nAccuweather\nIt looks like you won't have a lot of chances to hit the beach in Miami this week either. Miami is expecting 4 thunderstormy days, on June 4th, 6th, 8th, and 9th - with a mild shower on June 5th.\nAccuweather\nEven the later day forecast predictions from the farmer's almanac are looking to be accurate with plenty of rain in all 3 cities;\nYou're going to have your windshield wipers on a lot in Jacksonville - AccuWeather anticipates 18 days from the 10th through the 30th to either have thunderstorms, rain showers, or possible showers. You can see the 20-day forecast prediction below.\nAccuweather\nIt seems that it won't be very sunny in Tampa Bay either, which also has a forecast from AccuWeather for 18 total days of rain this June. You can see the full 20-day forecast for Tampa below.\nAccuweather\nWe thought we wouldn't be able to go to the beach much this week - it looks like that's true for the whole month too. AccuWeather's forecast for Miami has 18 days in its forecast as well with the expectation for downpours.\nIt's a good thing that Miami and its surrounding area have plenty of robust nightlife and secret spots to hunt for - places for you to have a nice day out indoors. You can see the full 20-day forecast for Miami below.\nAccuweather\nFor more forecasts and weather predictions, check for your city on Accuweather here.