What’s the weather like in California in July?
Located on the west coast of the United States of America, the state of California stretches for hundreds of miles along the Pacific Ocean and encompasses San Diego, Los Angeles and San Francisco. In July, the south of California is slightly warmer than the northern regions of the state, with a difference of a few degrees, but most of the state’s mild, sunny and dry at this time of year.
In Los Angeles, the average temperature in July is a warm 22°C, with highs reaching 27°C in the peak of the afternoon. After dark, temperatures reach a low of 16°C, so you may need some warmer layers for evenings out. No rain’s expected in LA this month, while the Pacific waters are a refreshing 19°C and perfect for swimming. Further north in San Francisco, the average high temperature reaches 23°C in July, with lows of 14°C at night.