What’s the weather like in Bruges in July?
If you love the heat and the sun, July is a fantastic time to visit Bruges. The weather is mild all month and there just a small chance of rainfall, which means you’ll have more time to soak up the sun and relax on the beach.
Bruges weather in July is influenced by the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The region is open to various winds blowing in from the east and the seas, which can often cause breeze conditions in the summer. However, it’s nowhere near as windy as it is in the winter and you’ll have a lot more heat and sunshine to enjoy during your stay.
July is one of the warmest months of the year, which also makes it one of the most popular times to visit Bruges. The weather is pleasant with an average temperature of 16°C and highs of 19°C in the afternoon. Light breezes can make the weather feel colder at night, bringing temperatures down to 12°C after dark. There are seven hours of uninterrupted sunshine per day with 82mm of rain expected to land across five days of the month. The sea is slightly warmer at this time of year at around 17°C.