What’s the weather like in Whistler in July?
The Whistler weather in July turns this world famous Canadian ski resort into a wonderful spot for mountain hikes and biking. Whistler, and the neighbouring resort of Blackcomb, see temperatures over 20°C in July and the bright sunshine make outdoor trips great fun for your family.
Whistler’s location near the Pacific Coast, in British Colombia in south west Canada, produces a climate less extreme than the country’s inland mountain towns. The mild sea air stops temperatures falling too low in the summer. It’s not as humid and there’s no thunderstorms like in Edmonton and Toronto.
The weather in Whistler in July attracts many visitors who want to relax in the warm temperatures and bright blue skies. The average high temperature’s 24°C, the best all year, with a normal daytime average around 20°C. On rare cooler days this may drop to 15°C. The UV levels are moderate at this time but you’ll need sunblock when you’re exploring the mountains and cycle paths. It’s also a good idea to take a bottle of water, as the humidity will be around 69%. Sunshine averages a fantastic 11 hours a day in Whistler in July, with the sun rising at 5am and not disappearing until nearly 9.30pm. There’s not much rain during the month and on average the resort gets just 45mm.