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Avg weather in July
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    169 mmper month
    76 %avg
    12 Mphavg

    Bahamas weather July


    What’s the weather like in Bahamas in July?

    Pack lots of warm weather clothes, swimwear and sunblock as you’ll have a wonderful Caribbean climate to enjoy. The Bahamas weather in July is warm and sunny, like it is all year around the islands, and there’ll be less tropical showers than in June.

    Geographical influences

    The wet season in the Bahamas runs from May to October. You’ll need a waterproof layer as the showers are likely to be heavy, even though they bring a refreshing feel to the climate. Islands in the north of the Bahamas, close to Florida, usually have a bit more wind and rain than those in the south in July.


    The hot weather in Bahamas in July sees an average daytime high temperature of 32°C, which is the best all year. The average low’s just 23°C and it’ll be a little cooler and comfortable at night. The humidity and UV levels are high, which means you’ll need to carry sunblock and water with you. You’ll also want to have a rain jacket because 150mm is expected to fall and 22 days, on average, are affected by wet weather. There’s around nine hours of glorious sunshine each day and the sun doesn’t set until 8pm throughout the month. The water temperature around the sandy beaches of the Bahamas is a very inviting 29°C. The wind speed will be moderate along the coastline.


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