South Carolina July Temperature by Year

This page is a list of the average statewide temperature in the month of July in South Carolina for each year from 1895–2023. It is a statewide average over the entire territory of the state, based on data from the NOAA.
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What Was the Hottest July in South Carolina History?
1993 was the warmest July in South Carolina history. Statewide, the average daily high temperature was 96.6 °F, and the average low was 71.8 °F.
What Was the Coldest July in South Carolina History?
1947 was the coolest July in South Carolina history. Statewide, the average daily high temperature was 88.0 °F, and the average low was 65.4 °F.
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Year Rank High (°F) Low (°F)
2023 28 91.2 71.5
2022 20 91.1 72.1
2021 84 88.9 69.7
2020 15 91.9 71.8
2019 28 92.2 70.6
2018 56 90.0 70.4
2017 37 91.2 70.9
2016 3 95.0 72.5
2015 11 93.4 71.0
2014 88 89.3 69.1
2013 103 87.0 70.7
2012 4 93.8 71.8
2011 4 93.9 71.7
2010 9 93.1 71.5
2009 101 89.9 67.9
2008 67 91.1 68.6
2007 106 89.0 67.9
2006 45 91.7 69.3
2005 20 91.1 72.0
2004 52 90.5 70.0
2003 95 88.1 69.9
2002 15 93.2 70.7
2001 108 88.2 68.5
2000 67 90.8 68.8
1999 40 91.1 70.7
1998 9 93.1 71.4
1997 52 90.8 69.8
1996 49 90.8 70.0
1995 36 91.9 70.4
1994 84 88.5 70.1
1993 1 96.6 71.8
1992 28 92.0 70.7
1991 33 90.8 71.6
1990 33 92.7 69.8
1989 88 89.0 69.5
1988 71 90.8 68.5
1987 33 93.0 69.4
1986 2 96.8 71.4
1985 101 89.2 68.6
1984 122 87.7 67.9
1983 31 93.4 69.2
1982 72 89.4 69.9
1981 41 91.4 70.3
1980 13 93.8 70.0
1979 114 88.2 68.3
1978 64 91.0 68.9
1977 11 94.4 70.0
1976 105 89.5 67.9
1975 125 87.1 67.7
1974 118 88.7 67.5
1973 75 90.0 69.0
1972 114 89.0 67.4
1971 114 87.8 68.5
1970 45 91.8 69.1
1969 20 92.5 70.8
1968 93 89.4 68.7
1967 126 87.5 67.1
1966 67 90.7 68.8
1965 108 88.5 68.3
1964 128 86.2 68.0
1963 122 88.8 66.9
1962 65 90.9 68.9
1961 95 90.0 68.0
1960 81 89.6 69.1
1959 93 88.8 69.4
1958 52 90.1 70.6
1957 88 90.6 67.9
1956 49 91.7 69.2
1955 45 91.1 70.0
1954 17 94.1 69.5
1953 49 91.5 69.2
1952 31 93.3 69.2
1951 60 91.7 68.5
1950 119 87.7 68.3
1949 43 90.8 70.6
1948 41 91.3 70.2
1947 129 88.0 65.4
1946 113 88.5 68.0
1945 72 89.5 69.7
1944 119 89.0 66.9
1943 67 90.1 69.6
1942 20 92.6 70.6
1941 60 89.7 70.5
1940 84 90.4 68.1
1939 56 91.3 69.2
1938 114 88.7 67.6
1937 75 90.7 68.3
1936 18 93.6 69.8
1935 75 89.2 69.8
1934 8 93.5 71.2
1933 103 89.6 67.8
1932 4 95.1 70.5
1931 7 93.9 71.1
1930 13 93.6 70.3
1929 108 89.2 67.5
1928 75 89.6 69.4
1927 108 88.8 67.9
1926 60 91.0 69.2
1925 20 93.1 70.0
1924 106 88.6 68.3
1923 95 89.8 68.2
1922 65 90.2 69.5
1921 81 89.3 69.5
1920 95 89.7 68.2
1919 95 89.0 69.0
1918 126 89.4 65.3
1917 75 89.8 69.2
1916 122 86.0 69.6
1915 52 91.8 68.8
1914 72 91.5 67.8
1913 20 92.7 70.5
1912 84 89.6 69.1
1911 88 90.6 67.7
1910 95 89.3 68.8
1909 119 88.3 67.7
1908 81 89.5 69.2
1907 37 92.1 69.9
1906 108 87.9 69.0
1905 60 90.5 69.7
1904 88 90.9 67.6
1903 56 91.1 69.4
1902 18 93.3 70.0
1901 26 91.6 71.4
1900 26 92.1 70.8
1899 56 91.0 69.4
1898 45 90.3 70.6
1897 44 91.1 70.1
1896 37 90.3 71.7
1895 75 89.6 69.3