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Oregon Coast Weather in July

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Besides beautiful, summery, warm weather in July along the Oregon Coast, the best thing about it is that it’s one of the few places in the States where you won’t have to fight for your space during the summer school break. Highs can reach a beautifully warm 85°F and most importantly, it hardly rains in July. It is actually the driest month with only 1 rainy day on average. The sun shines for an unbelievable 11 hours each day in July allowing plenty of time to build some gigantic sandcastles! The ocean also reaches its warmest water temperature of over 57°F in July. Not quite warm enough to splash around all day but nice for a quick refreshment! Even in July nighttime lows can measure only 55°F- so best bring a jacket too!

Besides enjoying having some of the most stunning beaches to yourself, there is so much else to see along the Oregon Coast. Children and also adults can enjoy the not too extensive Cape Meares Lighthouse Hike or the Oregon Coast Aquarium. There is plenty of entertainment on for adults from the Oregon Coast Music Festival to a huge choice of celebrations around the 4th of July.

High and Low Temperature in July °F

Water Temperature in July °F

Current Weather Oregon Coast

58°F heavy intensity rain
Local Time

Hourly 10 Days

Averages Oregon Coast

  J F M A M J J A S O N D

High °F

48° 53° 58° 64° 72° 77° 85° 86° 80° 67° 55° 48°

Low °F

37° 38° 40° 42° 48° 52° 55° 54° 50° 45° 40° 36°

Sun

3h 4h 6h 7h 9h 10h 11h 10h 8h 5h 3h 2h

Rainy days

14 13 14 12 8 5 1 2 4 9 15 16

Water °F

49° 48° 49° 50° 53° 56° 57° 57° 56° 55° 52° 50°

Oregon Coast Weather by Month

Best Time to Visit Oregon Coast

If you are after some summery weather the best time to visit are the months between June and September when temperature highs can even reach the upper 80s F. Summer is also the least rainy time of year. The proximity to the sea makes sure that even winters are relatively mild with temperatures in the 40s F allowing you to explore the incredible, beautiful and untouched nature all around.

The weather in spring and fall is also ideal for hiking in the mountains and nature reserves along the coast - make sure to bring some rain gear though as it does rain quite a bit! If you’re looking to see some of the enormous waves that accompany the Pacific storms, the best time is between December and February.

Things to know about Oregon Coast

The Highway 1 in California from San Francisco to Los Angeles is famously one of the most scenic roads in the world. If you head a bit further north you will hit the highway 101 along the Oregon Coast, which is much less known but might even top the highway 1 with its beauty! The highway 101 runs for a much longer distance than the highway 1 which means that you have to plan well ahead which parts exactly you want to see. The enormous advantage is that there aren’t any of the crowds that you would encounter in California.
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The most beautiful part starts somewhere around Cannon Beach in the north and runs all the way down to the Oregon Dunes or even Crescent City and Redwood National Park. Split those 300-400 miles over several days to make the most of the stunning coastal views and state parks.
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