Toronto Weather July
Toronto is located in humid continental climate zone that is known for significant seasonal temperature variations warm or even hot summer and cold winter with roughly similar amounts of rainfall.
To help you choose the best time to travel, you can find climate data below on the weather in Toronto in July.
|average daily high||+26.6°C|
|average daily low||+18°C|
|sunny / overcast hours||9 / 6.6|
|average monthly precipitation||64 mm|
Temperature in Toronto
In July the average daily maximum in Toronto is +26.6°C, and the minimum +18°C.
The hottest July day on record is +40.6°C, and the coldest +3.9°C.
Best beach resorts in July:
There are 15.6 hours of daylight in Toronto in July. Out of these, on average 9 are sunny, which means there is quite a lot of sun.
The average monthly temperature in Lake Ontario on the beaches of Toronto in July is +21.4°C.
The water is warm enough for most people to bathe in, however a majority would still consider it too cool.
The amount of precipitation in Toronto in July is usually 64 mm, which may cause a change of plans on certain days.