What’s the weather like in Montreal in July?
Sitting in the east of Canada not far from the country’s border with the United States, Montreal is a vibrant city in the Quebec region. It has a climate which brings warm summers and freezing cold winters to the area. Montreal’s in the swing of summer in July, which has beautifully warm weather for enjoying the city’s array of parks, festivals and outdoor activities. As one of the hottest months of the year, this is the time to visit Montreal if you want lots of sunshine while you’re in the city.
Montreal has an average temperature of 21ºC in July. Afternoons are usually the warmest part of the day when highs reach a peak of 26ºC. By night it dips to 16ºC, so you’ll probably need a light jumper or cardigan for evenings out in the city. There are similar amounts of wet weather during each month of the year in Montreal, and you can expect around 70mm of rain spread across the whole of July. Despite this, there are still nine hours of sunshine each day at this time.