What’s the weather like in Toronto in July?
With its continental climate alongside the vast waters of Lake Ontario, Toronto is mild and quite humid in July. At this time of year temperatures are warm but not overly hot so, while you’ll need to apply suncream, the heat is perfect for sightseeing in the city or exploring further afield.
On average, Toronto has a daytime temperature of 21°C, with highs of 24°C ensuring the weather is comfortable enough for discovering the city on foot. With lows of 16°C at night, you’ll need to pack cardigans and jumpers to stay warm in the evenings, although the temperatures will still feel pleasantly mild. In Toronto, around ten wet days are expected this month, so a waterproof is also handy in case of rain showers. With around 14 hours of daylight each day, there’s plenty of time to find out more about this beautiful city during your visit in July.