Average High Temperature Map of the US July

Average High Temperature Map of the US July

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Average temperatures for the month of July is 80 degrees Fahrenheit (27 degrees Celsius) regularly occur nearly everywhere. Average High-Temperature Map of the US July is Very High.

July Month is the hottest month of the year for most US cities. Seattle, San Francisco, and San Diego are the exceptions cities along the Pacific coast that stay cooler than elsewhere.

Seventeen states across the contiguous U.S. had July temperatures that were much-above-average, with Connecticut and Rhode Island ranking third warmest.

 

Average Temperature Map

State Avg ° F Avg ° C Rank
Alabama 78.6 25.9 8
Alaska 52.3 11.3 50
Arizona 78.1 25.6 10
Arkansas 78.8 26.0 6
California 73.4 23.0 17
Colorado 65.2 18.4 42
Connecticut 69.2 20.7 31
Delaware 74.2 23.4 16
Florida 81.0 27.2 3
Georgia 78.7 25.9 7
Hawaii 72.2 22.3 22
Idaho 63.7 17.6 46
Illinois 73.4 23.0 17
Indiana 72.4 22.4 21
Iowa 71.6 22.0 25
Kansas 76.4 24.7 11
Kentucky 74.5 23.6 15
Louisiana 81.1 27.3 1
Maine 63.7 17.6 46
Maryland 73.3 22.9 19
Massachusetts 68.0 20.0 35
Michigan 66.2 19.0 40
Minnesota 66.8 19.3 36
Mississippi 79.5 26.4 5
Missouri 75.4 24.1 14

 

State Avg ° F Avg ° C Rank
Montana 64.2 17.9 44
Nebraska 71.8 22.1 24
Nevada 69.0 20.6 32
New Hampshire 65.5 18.6 41
New Jersey 72.2 22.3 22
New Mexico 71.4 21.9 26
New York 66.5 19.2 39
North Carolina 75.7 24.3 12
North Dakota 66.6 19.2 38
Ohio 70.9 21.6 27
Oklahoma 79.6 26.4 4
Oregon 63.7 17.6 46
Pennsylvania 68.6 20.3 34
Rhode Island 68.8 20.4 33
South Carolina 78.4 25.8 9
South Dakota 69.9 21.1 29
Tennessee 75.6 24.2 13
Texas 81.1 27.3 1
Utah 69.6 20.9 30
Vermont 65.1 18.4 43
Virginia 73.2 22.9 20
Washington 63.8 17.7 45
West Virginia 70.2 21.2 28
Wisconsin 66.8 19.3 36
Wyoming 63.5 17.5 49