Weather in July
epitomizes the height of summer, with relentless sun and pervasive warmth across the state. In the northern reaches, such as the areas around Seminole, the summer's intensity is palpable. Early morning temperatures tend to hover around 70°F, and by midday, the mercury often climbs to values nearing 95°F.
Central Texas, renowned for its open expanses, feels the brunt of the summer season. Morning temperatures set their baseline around 78°F. As daylight progresses, it's not uncommon for readings to soar, often reaching, if not surpassing, 100°F. The southeastern sections, in proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, might experience similar temperature figures, but the added humidity imbues the air with a palpable stickiness. Here, temperatures can oscillate between 82°F during the pre-dawn hours to sweltering highs of 105°F on the warmest days.
Though July is fundamentally a dry month for Texas, sporadic rain showers, especially in the eastern parts, aren't unheard of. These are usually intense but fleeting, often accompanied by dramatic thunder and lightning displays. The sporadic nature of these showers rarely offers prolonged relief from the persistent heat, making them mere brief interludes in an otherwise hot month.
Compared to June
, July is marginally hotter, establishing itself as one of the warmest months in the Texan calendar. As July wanes and August
beckons, the state remains entrenched in the heart of summer. While there might be minor variations in temperature, the overarching theme remains consistent: July in Texas is a testament to the state's sweltering summer reputation.
- Houston - July »
In spite of the heat, the city's energy and the plethora of activities on offer ensure there's never a dull moment in Houston in July. In Houston during July, the rain falls for 17.6 days and regularly aggregates up to 3.15" of precipitation.
- San Antonio - July »
In San Antonio in July, during 10.4 rainfall days, 1.61" of precipitation is typically accumulated. On the first day of July in San Antonio, sunrise is at 6:37 am and sunset at 8:37 pm.
- Dallas - July »
Despite July arguably being Dallas's hottest month, the lengthy daylight hours and moderate winds help to ameliorate the heat impact. Dallas in July signals peak summer with its highest annual temperatures, diminished precipitation, and ample sunshine.
- Austin - July »
In Austin during July, the rain falls for 11.4 days and regularly aggregates up to 1.38" of precipitation. The months with the most sunshine in Austin are July and August, with an average of 10.3h of sunshine.
- Fort Worth - July »
July in Fort Worth is characterized by robust summer heat, with temperatures reaching their yearly highs. In Fort Worth, in July, it is raining for 13.2 days, with typically 2.09" of accumulated precipitation.
- El Paso - July »
In El Paso during July, the rain falls for 12.9 days and regularly aggregates up to 1.61" of precipitation. July ushers in the heart of summer in El Paso with temperatures hovering around the highest of 92.7°F during the day and settling down to a comfortable 75.4°F during the night.
- Arlington - July »
In Arlington, during July, the rain falls for 12.3 days and regularly aggregates up to 1.89" of precipitation. In July, in Arlington the rain falls for 12.3 days.
- Corpus Christi - July »
On the first day of July in Corpus Christi sunrise is at 6:37 am and sunset at 8:29 pm. In Corpus Christi in July, during 7.3 rainfall days, 0.94" of precipitation is typically accumulated.
- Plano - July »
On the first day of July in Plano sunrise is at 6:21 am and sunset at 8:39 pm. In July, in Plano the rain falls for 12.8 days.
- Laredo - July »
With the arrival of July, Laredo citizens brace for the year's maximal temperatures coupled with reduced rain. With an average of 11.2h of sunshine, July has the most sunshine of the year in Laredo.
- Lubbock - July »
July in Lubbock experiences the pinnacle of summer heat. In Lubbock, during July, the rain falls for 10.7 days and regularly aggregates up to 1.46" of precipitation.
- Garland - July »
The advent of July in Garland reveals an average high-temperature of a still hot 94.6°F, showing minimal difference from the prior month. In Garland, during July, the rain falls for 12.3 days and regularly aggregates up to 1.57" of precipitation.