What’s the weather like in India in July?
India is a vast and diverse country, with landscapes ranging from high mountains to bustling cities and spectacular coasts. In July, most of India is very wet as the monsoon season takes hold, with heavy downpours lasting for a couple of hours each day. It’s also very hot at this time of year, especially inland without the cooling sea breeze, so if you visit in July you’ll need to be prepared for all weathers.
In July, the average temperature in Goa on the south coast of India is 28°C, with highs of 30°C and lows of 26°C overnight. Almost 1000mm of rain’s expected in this region in July, so you’ll need to pack a waterproof coat. Further north and inland, New Delhi is even hotter with average highs of 34°C and lows of 27°C. It’s much drier here than Goa at this time of year, with around 180mm of rain forecast across the month.