What’s the weather like in Copenhagen in July?
There’ a good chance of some brief summer showers this month, but the Copenhagen weather in July is warm, sunny and very comfortable. It’s one of the busiest times in the Danish capital as visitors soak up the sights, culture and local beaches.
The cold sea breeze from the Baltic dies down in the summer and you’ll be able to wear warm-weather clothes and relax around the beaches and coastline. Copenhagen’s in the east of Denmark, on the islands of Zealand and Amager, and this Scandinavian setting provides an amazing 17 hours of daylight in July.
The warm weather in Copenhagen in July soars to temperatures above 20°C, with 21°C the usual high. On milder days with more cloud, it’ll dip to 18°C or 19°C. In the evenings, you can expect a pleasant 16°C in the Danish capital. The sun shines for eight hours on average, which is the best all year, along with June and August. It rises at 4.30am and finally fades at nearly 10pm. The July showers can bring 60mm of rainfall but it’s often light and the sunshine dries any puddles. The UV index is moderate and the heat and humidity levels are very low for summer in Europe.