Average July Temperatures at Cities in California





Average daily high and low temperatures for July at dozens of cities throughout California are listed below in degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius.

You can jump to separate tables for cities in Southern California and Northern California.

The tables give the normal maximum and minimum temperatures based on weather data collected from 1981 to 2010 by the US National Climatic Data Center.

Southern California

Average July temperatures
High °F Low °F Place High °C Low °C
87 65 Anaheim 30 18
97 71 Bakersfield 36 21
87 62 Burbank 30 17
76 65 Chula Vista 24 18
107 78 El Centro 42 25
87 62 Escondido 31 17
83 65 Fullerton 28 18
89 61 Irvine 31 16
98 67 Lancaster 37 19
82 65 Long Beach 28 18
83 64 Los Angeles 28 18
70 63 Oceanside 21 17
92 63 Ontario 33 17
73 61 Oxnard 23 16
98 66 Palmdale 37 19
89 64 Pasadena 32 18
90 62 Pomona 32 17
95 64 Riverside 35 18
71 55 Salinas 22 13
96 64 San Bernardino 36 18
75 65 San Diego 24 19
76 55 San Luis Obispo 24 13
83 63 Santa Ana 28 17
75 60 Santa Barbara 24 16
85 59 Thousand Oaks 29 15
77 61 Torrance 25 16
100 62 Victorville 38 17
94 67 Visalia 35 19

Northern California

July temperature averages
High °F Low °F Place High °C Low °C
91 59 Antioch 33 15
74 53 Berkeley 23 12
94 61 Chico 35 16
88 58 Concord 31 14
93 57 Davis 34 14
90 58 Fairfield 32 14
95 61 Folsom 35 16
78 57 Fremont 26 14
98 68 Fresno 37 20
73 57 Hayward 23 14
89 57 Livermore 32 14
96 63 Madera 36 17
96 62 Merced 36 17
95 63 Modesto 35 17
83 55 Napa 28 13
77 58 Newark 25 14
72 56 Oakland 22 13
80 55 Palo Alto 26 13
82 52 Petaluma 28 11
99 68 Porterville 37 20
98 66 Redding 37 19
82 56 Redwood City 28 13
71 56 Richmond 22 13
92 58 Sacramento 33 15
67 54 San Francisco 19 12
82 58 San Jose 28 15
80 55 San Rafael 26 13
82 52 Santa Rosa 28 11
94 59 Stockton 34 15
93 62 Tracy 34 17
94 63 Turlock 34 17
96 60 Vacaville 36 15
72 54 Watsonville 22 12
95 60 Woodland 35 16
Reference

National Climatic Data Center. NOAA's 1981-2010 Climate Normals.

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