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Avg weather in July
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    1239 mmper month
    85 %avg
    10 Mphavg

    Candolim weather July

    What’s the weather like in Candolim in July?

    If you hate the rain while on holiday, make sure to pack your best raincoat. There’s heavy rainfall throughout the month because it’s the peak of monsoon season in Goa. Candolim weather in July is very humid and you’ll need to pack for the rain and heat if you want to avoid getting drenched in a torrential downpour.

    Geographical influences

    Candolim is located near the Goan jungle in Goa. It’s a great location for a holiday that has it all, including stunning beaches, tropical landscapes and a variety of historical attractions. It’s very wet in July, which is perfect if you want to experience the tropical weather to the fullest. However, if you prefer a drier climate, visit after monsoon season has passed in late September or October.


    July is one of the wettest months of the year with an average rainfall of 579mm spread over 28 days of the month. This means you’re guaranteed to see more than your fair share of rain showers during your stay, so make sure to pack an umbrella and raincoat in your suitcase. You’ll have 13 hours of sunlight per day with humidity levels rising to 84% and temperature highs of 20°C.

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