What’s the weather like in Antigua in July?
Located near the equator in the West Indies, the Caribbean island of Antigua has a tropical climate with warm weather and lots of sunshine all year round. July is one of the hottest months on the island, so you’ll need to apply sun cream regularly and seek shade between 11am and 3pm if you visit at this time of year. For lovely weather that’s perfect for relaxing on a sun lounger or swimming in the crystal clear waters, July is the perfect month to go to Antigua.
In July, the average temperature in Antigua is a hot 28°C, with highs of 31°C in the peak of the
afternoon. After dark, temperatures dip only slightly to a low of 25°C, so you’ll be grateful for air
conditioning in your hotel. For days on the beach, the Caribbean waters are a warm 28°C at this time of year, ideal for trying out some water sports. Around 70mm of rain is expected this month, but any rain showers are usually very short-lived.