What's the weather like in Florida in July?
Sitting in the southeast of the United States, Florida has high temperatures all year round. The Sunshine State sits in between the North Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico and this location gives the south a tropical climate and the north a subtropical. You’ll get lots of heat and sunshine in July, although it’s one of the year’s wettest months and rain usually comes in short and sharp downpours.
The average high in Miami’s 31ºC in July, and you can look forward to enjoying lots of sun. There’s ten hours of sunshine from the 14 hours of daylight each day. The sun goes down around 8.15pm, and things stay nice and warm once this happens, with temperatures only dropping to 25ºC at night. The sea temperature’s 29ºC, while humidity’s very high. Average rainfall’s 155mm over 15 rainy days. UV levels will extremely high so make sure you take lots of sun cream.