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Toronto Weather in July

Toronto Weather in July


Hot, hot, hot!

Yes, Toronto weather in July is very hot and muggy. In fact, July is the hottest month of the summer season in Toronto. Be prepared for scorching heat, if you are planning to visit Toronto in July.

But do not worry. It is not all about the heat and humidity. You will find quite a few moderately hot, sunny days and pleasant evenings. And you might be greeted by some drizzles too!

Occasionally, the hot temperature along with high humidity brings the weather in July to a new height and it becomes intolerable. I advise you to drink lots of water and juices to avoid sunstroke, especially when you are on day out. And apply lots of sunscreen too!

Toronto Weather in July - People Enjoying Jazz Festival in Bright Sunshine

July is one of the busiest months of the year, full of visitors from different parts of the world. The peak season means you have to pay higher price for hotels, flights, car rentals etc. especially if you are making the last minute booking. So it would be sensible for you to make your travel plans well in advance and book your hotels and flights as soon as possible.

July Toronto Weather : Facts and Figures

If you are going to visit Toronto in July, check the following numbers to know how hot Toronto July weather is.

Average High Temperature: 26.4 °C / 80 °F

Average Low Temperature: 17.9 °C / 64 °F

Record High Temperature: 40.6 °C / 105 °F

Record Low Temperature: 3.9 °C / 39 °F

Average Precipitation: 67.5 mm

Wet Days: 10

Top July Activities in Toronto

Toronto offers numerous outdoor activities, cultural festivals, street carnivals and events in July. Something is always going on during month of July in Toronto.

1). Enjoy live music, family entertainment and fantastic fireworks spectacle as part of Canada Day celebration on 1st July.

2). Caribbean Carnival Toronto (formerly Caribana) is the most popular street festival in Toronto. Experience the Caribbean culture, music, food and performing arts during the 4-week long extravaganza.

3). Take one of the popular cruises of Toronto Harbour and enjoy your time on serene water. Capture the breathing views of Toronto skyline and explore the beautiful Toronto Island. You can book 3 hour lunch or dinner cruise or 1 hour boat tour.

4). Enjoy the experimental and off-beat theatre shows offered as a part of annul Toronto Fringe Festival.

5). If you are fan of Jazz music, the Toronto Beaches International Jazz Festival offers great opportunity to enjoy some incredible jazz tunes.

What to Pack for Toronto in July

Pack light and comfortable clothes for the hot days in Toronto. Don’t forget to bring umbrella, sunscreen and other summer accessories.

  • Shorts, comfortable long trousers; T-shirts, casual shirts, long sleeve shirts; Light jacket (You might not need it, but better safe than sorry)
  • Sandals, light shoes
  • Sunglasses, sunscreen lotions, body spray, hat or cap
  • Umbrella