Los Angeles Weather July Averages, USA
What's the Weather like in Los Angeles in July
July is very warm in Los Angeles, USA, and by now the summer is in full swing. This means you can enjoy the best that the city has to offer with an average daily temperature of 22°C (about 71°F). In July 2006, the record high temperature for greater Los Angeles was recorded at Woodland Hills, located in the South West of San Fernando Valley. During that month, the barometer rose to an astonishing 48.33°C!
The average daily high temperature in July reaches a very nice 27°C (about 81°F) at its hottest and evening temperatures only reach as low as 16°C (around 61°F), still comfortable. Las Vegas is even hotter, if you're wanting a warmer holiday. Like May and June, the number of hours of sunshine in July is 13 hours. Your chance of having a sunny day on a given day is 65 percent, so be sure to bring your sunglasses or hat.
On average, there is no rainfall at all in Los Angeles during July and no days of rain. The chance of rain is a small two percent and the chance for even a cloudy day is only four percent. Don't worry about bringing an umbrella or raincoat; you probably won't need it.
Average Sea Temperature
The average sea temperature is around 19°C (that's 66°F), meaning you may want to bring your swimwear and spend some time on the beach playing in the water.
Shorts, t-shirt and sandals would be the best daytime wear. If you are planning on spending time at the beach, please be sure to wear sunscreen with an appropriate SPF, and avoid sitting in direct sunlight during peak hours, usually between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. You can check the local weather forecast so you know when the sun will be at its hottest.
Los Angeles Hotels in July
Hilton Checkers Los Angeles
The historic Hilton Checkers Los Angeles hotel calls a 1920s Spanish-style building its home and is blocks from the theater and business districts of the city. Feel like a celebrity with complimentary town car service to Music Center and dinner at Checker's Downtown restaurant and lounge, a Zagat-rated dining institution. Along with the Hilton quality of service, guests enjoy luxurious rooms, marble bathrooms and plush bath amenities.
Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles
One of Los Angeles' newest hotels, the Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles is a hipster's dream with funky rooms, open public spaces to meet and gather, and a fun gift shop. A rooftop pool and bar bring up the coolness factor of the Ace Hotel even more and promise a true LA experience. Room choices range from the Small rooms with queen bed to the 633 square foot Ace Suite with king bed and private kitchenette.
W Los Angeles
Situated in West Beverly Hills, the W Los Angeles combines the high-energy of LA with the glitz of Beverly Hills. The hotel's $25 million renovation brought fresh updates to all the guest rooms, as well as the Living Room Bar, a place to see and be seen. The Bliss Los Angeles spa, large hotel pool with private cabanas, and easy access to Beverly Hills shopping make the W a favorite of many LA visitors.
Los Angeles Beach for July
Abalone Cove Beach
Known for its tide pools, Abalone Cove Beach is a five-mile stretch of sand and rocky bluffs in Rancho Palos Verdes. The tide pools are full of colored sea urchins and you'll also see other wildlife like starfish and crabs. Nearby is a 64-acre ecological preserve with trails and astounding views from the bluffs above the beach.
Santa Monica Beach
One of the most well-known Los Angeles beaches, Santa Monica Beach is perfect for the active with swimming, surfing, biking, volleyball, beach gymnastics and even outdoor chess. With three miles and 245 square acres of sand, the beach offers beautiful water views to one side and views of the Santa Monica Mountains to the other.
Huntington Dog Beach
Your furry friend does not have to miss out on the beach fun at Huntington Dog Beach in Huntington Beach. Metered parking is available and frequent visitors can invest in a yearly parking pass. Visitors must clean up after their dog and the beach has numerous disposal bag stations and trash cans up and down the beach.
Bars and Restaurants
Home of the self-proclaimed Original #19 Pastrami sandwich, Langer's Deli even ships its world-famous pastrami around the world. Everything at Langer's is made to order and the menu includes deli favorites like reuben sandwiches, chicken noodle soup and strawberry cheesecake. You can eat in the restaurant or choose the curb-side service to take your food to go.
Sitting in Los Angeles' Silver Lake neighborhood, Sqirl is a breakfast and lunch venue offering new twists on old favorites. Vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options are also available. The dessert menu is always changing and they make all their preserves on site using recipes passed down through the years.
Things to do in Los Angeles in July
4th of July
A trip to Los Angeles during the 4th of July holiday would not be complete without viewing spectacular fireworks. Many seaside areas such as Long Beach and Marina Del Rey have huge fireworks displays. All over the city, there are parades, fireworks, music and food and drink. This is one of those celebrations that will be hard to miss, and of course you wouldn't want to!
View Los Angeles from a whole other perspective at the Griffith Observatory. Along with amazing views of Los Angeles and the Hollywood Sign, you can explore the exhibits, check out space through difference telescopes and take in live shows at the Samuel Oschin Planetarium. Admission and parking are free, providing an affordable option for families and budget travelers.
Los Angeles Conservancy Walking Tours
Take a fuel-efficient walking tour and cherish Los Angeles' urban architectural heritage. The Los Angeles Conservancy Walking Tours take in the top sights and most attractive buildings - this includes the Downtown historic theatres and Art Deco Buildings. Be sure to book in advance as the tours are incredible popular.