Salt Lake City Weather In July
The hottest July day in Salt Lake City for the past 82 years was 107 degrees Fahrenheit, registered on July 26, 1960, and the average high is 91. The lowest documented temperature for Salt Lake City for the past 82 years in July was 40 most recently measured on July 1, 1968, while the typical low recorded temperature is 63.
According to National Weather Service historical Salt Lake City July Weather data, on July 23, 1993, the high temperature did not exceed 62 degrees Fahrenheit, the lowest high measured in Salt Lake City in the past 82 years. Weather Service records additionally indicate that on July 16, 2003, the low for the day was not measured below 80 degrees, the highest low temperature recorded in Salt Lake City in the last 82 years.
Historical weather data accumulated by the National Weather Service shows that the average daily high temperature in Salt Lake City on July First is 46 degrees Fahrenheit and the average high on the last day of July is 38 degrees. The average recorded low temperature in Salt Lake City on July First is 19 degrees Fahrenheit and the average low on the last day of July is 12 degrees.
Salt Lake City receives an average of 0.72 inches of precipitation during July. According to July Salt Lake City Weather records, the most rain measured in a single day in July was 2.28 inches on July 13, 1962.