Pittsburgh Weather In July
The highest recorded temperature for Pittsburgh Pennsylvania for the past 58 years in July was 103 degrees Fahrenheit, on July 5, 1988, and the regular high is 83. In the last 58 years the lowest measured July temperature in Pittsburgh was 42 on July 10, 1963, and the standard low recorded daily temperature is 62.
According to National Weather Service Pittsburgh July Weather data, on July 5, 1972, the recorded high temperature did not exceed 59 degrees Fahrenheit, the lowest high measured in Pittsburgh in the past 58 years. NWS data also shows that on July 16, 1980, the lowest measured temperature on that day did not drop below 77 degrees, the highest low temperature measured in Pittsburgh in the last 58 years.
National Weather Service data shows that the high temperature in Pittsburgh on July First averages 82 degrees Fahrenheit and the high on the final day of July averages 83 degrees. The average daily low temperature in Pittsburgh on July First is 61 degrees Fahrenheit and the average low on the last day of July is 63 degrees.
Pittsburgh receives an average of 3.96 inches of precipitation during July. The most precipitation measured in a single day, as indicated by July Pittsburgh Weather data, was 3.48 inches on July 28, 1999.