Mongolia Weather in July

Mongolia weather in July is pretty comfortable, the maximum daytime temperature is 25℃ (77℉), so it is a good day to travel to Mongolia. Night in July is still cold. Due to the large temperature difference, the temperature decreases to 12℃ (53.6℉). July has the heaviest rainfall in the year, the average monthly rainfall is 67mm (2.6in), and there are total 16 raining days.
The hottest cities in Mongolia in July:
Moron: 26.7℃(80.1℉); Dalanzadgad: 23℃(73.4℉)
The coolest cities in Mongolia in July:
Altay: 15.1℃(59.2℉); Uliastai: 15.5℃(59.9℉)

Averages for Mongolia Weather in July

High Temperature
25°C (77°F)
Low Temperature
12°C (53.6°F)
Rainfall
67 mm (2.6 in)
Sunrise
04:57 ~ 05:24
Sunset
20:33 ~ 20:55



July Temperatures in Mongolia


What to Wear

It is recommended tourists to wear light warm clothes during the daytime, such as T-shirt, blouse, jacket, hoodie and long trousers. Because the climate in July is not very hot. At night, the temperature decreases sharply. Therefore, people must bring some warm clothes like sweater, thermal shirt and trench coat to keep warm. In addition, if you want to spend the night in the yurt, you should better cover yourself with a thick quilt to prevent you from catching cold.


 
July Travel Guide – Where to Go & Tips
Tourism Rate:

Orkhon River is located in the north-central part of Mongolia and it is the longest river in Mongolia. It is one of the best place to go to in July. Orkhon Valley's name comes from Orkhon River. In 2004, Orkhon Valley was listed as a world heritage by UNESCO. It is also Mongolia's first world cultural heritage. The valley is dotted with pastures and the architectural sites are engraved with the history of the Mongols who have settled here since the 6th century A.D. There are several important historical sites along the river, such as KarAkorum, Nine-surname Kehan Stele, Mongolia Pagoda, Doytyn Balgas, Hudgiyn Denj and so on.

After waiting for such a long time, it is one of the best time to go to the grassland. Tourist can live in the yurt at night. And for thousands of years, horseback riding has been a way of transportation for Mongolians. Riding a horse makes people closer to nature and it is one of the excellent ways for travelers to explore this country.

There is the most important festival in July, Naadam. In order to celebrate the harvest, the Naadam is held in July and August each year when livestock are the fattest. "Naadam" means entertainment or games in Mongolian. The content mainly includes wrestling, horse racing, archery, horse racing, Mongolian chess and other traditional events, and in some other places there are sports such as track and field, tug of war and basketball.


July Weather of Major Mongolia Cities
July
Temperature Sunrise / Sunset Humidity
(%)
High Low
Altay
30°C/ 86°F 23°C / 73.4°F 06:25/ 21:32 64
Baruun-Urt
33°C / 91.4°F 23°C / 73.4°F 06:20/ 21:07 74
Bayanhongor
33°C / 91.4°F 22°C / 71.6°F 05:56/ 21:38 79
Bulgan
30°C / 86°F 15°C / 59°F 05:45/ 21:30 73
Choybalsan
29°C / 84.2°F 14°C / 57.2°F 05:08/ 21:13 72
Dalanzadgad
33°C / 91.4°F 23°C / 73.4°F 05:23/ 21:22 73
Darkhan
31°C / 87.8°F
23°C / 73.4°F 05:41/ 21:34 79
Erdenet
30°C / 86°F 22°C / 71.6°F 05:51/ 21:35 75
Khovd
30°C / 86°F 17°C / 62.6°F 05:58/ 21:36 72
Mandalgovi
29°C / 84.2°F   24°C / 75.2°F 05:44/ 21:48 57
Ulaanbaatar
25°C / 77°F
12°C / 53.6°F
05:57/ 21:55
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