Tucson Weather In July
The highest recorded temperature in July for Tucson for the past 70 years was 114 degrees Fahrenheit, measured on July 26, 1995, while the mean high temperature is 100. The lowest reported temperature in July for Tucson for the past 70 years was 59 registered on July 25, 1992, and the regular low is 73.
According to National Weather Service historical Tucson July Weather data, on July 29, 1932, the high temperature did not exceed 73 degrees Fahrenheit, the lowest high measured in Tucson in the past 70 years. NWS data also shows that on July 23, 2006, the lowest measured temperature on that day did not drop below 89 degrees, the highest low temperature measured in Tucson in the last 70 years.
Weather Service historical data shows that the average daily high temperature in Tucson on July First is 102 degrees Fahrenheit and the average high on the last day of July is 97 degrees. The low recorded temperature in Tucson on July First averages 73 degrees Fahrenheit and the low temperature on the final day of July averages 73 degrees.
Tucson receives an average of 2.07 inches of precipitation during July. The most precipitation recorded on a single day in July, according to July Tucson Weather data, was 3.93 inches on July 29, 1958.