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Weather Averages for Las Vegas in July
Averages for Las Vegas in JulyJuly is a hot month, that will experience some humidity, so is ideally suited to long days spent by the side of the pool.
Throughout the month of July daytime temperatures will generally reach highs of around 41°C that's about 105°F. At night the average minimum temperature drops down to around 26°C, that's 79°F.
In recent times, the highest recorded temperature in July has been 47°C, that's 117°F, with the lowest recorded temperature 18°C, about 65°F.
July has experienced some of the hottest weather in Las Vegas in history.
If you want to venture outside, be sure to pack sun cream to protect against the scorching sun and drink plenty of water to keep yourself hydrated.
The average amount of sunshine for July in the day is 13 hours.
There is a higher humidity in July, with the average rainfall expected 6.1mm over 3 days.
If you want to get involved in any outdoor activities, be aware that the best time to do so would be early in the mornings (before 9) when temperatures are still fairly low and have yet to reach the sweltering highs of the day.
Exploring the shopping malls and casinos away from the extreme heat, that are air conditioned could be a sensible plan if you visit Las Vegas in July.
If you do venture into the heat though, be sure to carry water on you at all times.
The Main Events to attend in the July i Vegas are:
Fourth of July Fireworks
Las Vegas is the place to be on the Fourth, where you can enjoy the most spectacular fireworks at a number of venues, including Cashman Field, the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the Sante Fe Station Pavilion, Desert Breeze Park, Hills Park in Summerlin, Bicentennial Park in Boulder City, Morrell Park, the Stratosphere Lounge and the Primm Valley Casino.
Boulder City Damboree Celebration
Take a short drive southeast of Henderson to Boulder City for the "Proud to Be an American" Damboree Celebration, an all day festival that features a parade, a flyover by Nellis Air Force Base, midway booths and refreshments at Broadbent Memorial Park, a flag raising, and live entertainment, concluding with fireworks, dancing and a DJ.