Weather in July
in Christmas Island
is in the midst of the dry season, characterised by minimal rainfall and consistent temperatures. Rainfall usually stays below 60mm for the month, and temperatures typically range between 22°C to 25°C.
In the principal settlement of Flying Fish Cove, the weather conditions reflect the overall climate of the island. The frequency of rain showers is low, and clear sunny days are more common than in previous months.
When compared to June
, July continues the trend of low rainfall and stable temperatures. The transition into August
also doesn't bring significant changes in these parameters, maintaining the conditions of the dry season. Daylight hours stay relatively constant, with sunrise around 6:45 AM and sunset close to 6:30 PM.
The dry and cooler conditions of July are conducive to outdoor activities and exploration of the island's natural beauty. Wildlife activity may adjust due to the reduced availability of water, leading to shifts in the behaviours and visibility of some species. However, the island's unique biodiversity still offers rich opportunities for observation and enjoyment.
- Flying Fish Cove - July »
May through July and November, with an average relative humidity of 82%, are most humid months in Flying Fish Cove, Christmas Island. In Flying Fish Cove, the months of July and August are known for the lowest temperatures, reaching an average high of 26.9°C.
- Christmas Island - July »
On the first day of July in Christmas Island, Christmas Island, sunrise is at 06:15 and sunset at 17:46. On the last day of July, in Christmas Island, sunrise is at 06:14 and sunset at 17:53 +07.
- Drumsite - July »
The month with the least sunshine in Drumsite is July, with an average of 6.8h of sunshine. In Drumsite in July, it is raining for 17.3 days, with typically 42mm of accumulated precipitation.
- South Point - July »
The month with the least sunshine in South Point is July, with an average of 6.8h of sunshine. In South Point, Christmas Island, in July, it is raining for 17.3 days, with typically 42mm of accumulated precipitation.