Blackpool: July Weather Averages
|Chance of Sunny Day||34 %|
|Chance of Rain||52 %|
|Chance of Cloudy Day||7 %|
|Chance of Windy Day||46 %|
Averages for Blackpool in July
July in Blackpool is almost the same as June. The only difference is that there may be a bit more people on holiday in the seaside resort in July as the summer season properly sets in.
The month receives an average temperature of 15°C (roughly 59°F) with average high temperatures around 18°C and average low temperatures dropping to just 12°C. This may be a bit chilly to most holidaymakers but, for the locals, this is perfect weather.
Blackpool is regarded as England's most popular seaside resort and people from all over the country go to enjoy a swim in the relative warm sea, which has an average temperature of 13°C.
The resort also receives a reasonable amount of sunshine. It averages 7 hours of sunshine a day in August. However, the month also receives a fair amount of rainfall. It receives an average of 50 mm of precipitation throughout the month with an average of 9 rainfall days.
The month of July is celebrated in Blackpool with a number of street entertainment events and festivals. These street festivals are extremely popular and involve puppet shows, performance by local bands and many other enthralling activities.
Kid’s Mega fest is a well-known festival in this part of the world during the month of July. This festival involves a package of entertaining events for children. The tourists must not miss the performance of ‘Poco Loco’, an extremely popular local jazz band.
The Town Criers Championship in Blackpool is a competition where the person with the loudest voice wins. This traditional festival takes place every year in the town center. Criers arrive from all over the country dressed in colorful attires to participate in this traditional festival.
Blackpool is also a music lover’s paradise. Apart from innumerable street functions, Blackpool also stages its famous musical entertainment show called Parklive on all the Sundays of July. Tourists can enjoy various forms of contemporary, as well as classical, music in this show, which takes place in Stanley Park.