Charleston Weather In July
In the last 63 years the highest measured temperature in Charleston West Virginia for July was 104 degrees Fahrenheit, on July 7, 1988, and the mean high is 85. In the last 63 years the highest reported temperature in Charleston for July was 46 on July 10, 1963, and the mean daily low in the month is 63.
National Weather Service historical Charleston July Weather data indicates that on July 5, 1972, the recorded high did not exceed 64 degrees Fahrenheit, the lowest high measured in Charleston in the past 63 years. Weather Service records additionally indicate that on July 17, 1988, the low for the day was not measured below 78 degrees, the highest low temperature recorded in Charleston in the last 63 years.
National Weather Service records indicate that the high temperature in Charleston on July First averages 85 degrees and the high on the last day of the month averages 85 degrees. The average recorded low temperature in Charleston on July First is 63 degrees Fahrenheit and the average low on the last day of July is 65 degrees.
Charleston usually receives an average of 4.86 inches of precipitation during the month. The most precipitation recorded on a single day in July, according to July Charleston Weather data, was 5.6 inches on July 19, 1961.