This post is an overview of the July weather in Los Angeles, including average temperatures and precipitation forecasts, as well as tips on how to dress and things to do.
HOW HOT IS IT IN LA IN JULY?
Summer in Los Angeles features comfortable evenings and warm to occasionally hot afternoons and offers a great opportunity to explore this city.
Daytime high temperatures tend to average in the low 80s F (27-28 C) with about three days, on average, reaching or exceeding 90 F (about 32 C).
Temperatures can sometimes reach 100 F (about 38 C) or more but only about once every five years.
The record high temperature for Los Angeles during July is 107 F (41.7 C).
Late night and early morning low temperatures normally average in mid-60s F (17-19 C) with a couple of the cooler mornings dipping down into the low 60s F (about 16 C).
The record low temperature for Los Angeles during July is 49 F (9.4 C).
HOW MUCH SUN AND RAIN?
Skies will be clear or at least partly sunny on 18-22 days this month with measurable rainfall occurring only once every three years.
Humidity tends to be low with muggy conditions likely on just 1-2 days this month.
Daylight starts to decrease this month from almost 14.5 hours early in July to just under 14 hours by the end of the month.
Seasonal Outlook - July to September 2022 Los Angeles
There is a 73% chance for normal to above-normal temperatures with near-normal rainfall.
WHAT TO WEAR IN LA IN JULY?
The weather during July is warm so summer attire will due throughout this month.
You might want to bring along a sweater for those few cooler evenings and mornings.
There will be plenty of sunshine so you should also have a good pair of sunglasses and sunscreen handy.
WHAT TO DO IN LOS ANGELES IN JULY?
Below are the top things to do in July in Los Angeles.
Be sure to read our full post on what to do in Los Angeles this month which includes free things to do, night and family-friendly activities and attractions, as well as our definitive post on the best things to do in LA.
And if you are planning on visiting many of Los Angeles’s top attractions, then you should consider a tourist discount pass as you could save up to 50% of retail ticket prices to tours, attractions, and restaurants.
- See Paul McCartney in Concert
- Catch a Dodgers or Angles Baseball Game
- Classical Music Festival
- Salsa Festival
- See Phantom of the Opera
- Celebrate 4th of July
- Watch the Grunion Run
- Look into a Tourist Discount Pass
- Take a Walking Tour
Be sure to check out all the top things to do in July in our main post.
You may be interested in the weather in June and August, as well.
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