What’s the weather like in Puerto Rico in July?
Puerto Rico is a popular beach resort in the Canary Islands, sitting on the south-west coast of Gran Canaria. With its subtropical climate, the weather in Puerto Rico’s sunny and dry all year round, with July being especially warm. Temperatures are nearly at their peak and there’s no rain, making this the perfect time to visit if you want to have a relaxing week or two on the beach or by the pool.
In July, the average temperature in Puerto Rico is 22ºC, with highs of 25ºC in the hottest part of the afternoon. With these temperatures and the very high UV levels, it’s important you protect yourself with plenty of sun cream if you’re spending time in the sun. Temperatures are still lovely after dark, when the average low dips to 19ºC, making it ideal for evenings out at the local bars and restaurants. Puerto Rico doesn’t expect any rain in July, leaving you to enjoy 11 hours of sunshine each day without the chance of a shower. When it’s time to cool off in the sea, the Atlantic water’s a lovely 22ºC this month.