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Avg weather in July
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    Lagos weather July

    What’s the weather like in Lagos in July?

    If you’re thinking about travelling to Lagos in July, you’ll be met with constant sunshine, clear blue skies and warm temperatures. The sea is very mild and swimming is a refreshing way to cool down in the strong summer heat. It’s also very dry in the summer, so you can leave your umbrella behind.

    Geographical influences

    Lagos weather in July is beautiful with lots of sunshine and high temperatures. It can be quite windy near the coast, which is because of strong winds coming in from the Atlantic. The climate is still lovely, though, with clear blue skies lasting throughout the month and not much chance of rain.


    Lagos enjoys a very warm climate in July with an average daily high of 25°C. There are 14 hours of sunlight each day in the summer, which has increased since the spring. Only 1mm of rain falls over the month, which makes July one of the driest times of the year. Humidity is high at 72% and sea breezes can reach speeds of up to 13mph on windy days.

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