July weather in New Orleans

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July weather in New Orleans Swamps as depicted by AI

In July, New Orleans undergoes its hot and humid summer weather. July is one of the year’s hottest months in the city. Daytime highs usually soar to the low to mid-90s Fahrenheit (around 32-35 degrees Celsius). Nighttime lows drop to the 70s Fahrenheit (around 24-27 degrees Celsius).

High humidity levels in July enhance the oppressive feel of the heat. Visitors must prepare for sweltering conditions and the likelihood of afternoon thunderstorms. Wearing light, breathable clothing, applying sunscreen, and staying hydrated are crucial for anyone planning outdoor activities.

Moreover, July falls within the hurricane season in the Gulf of Mexico. It is essential for visitors to keep up with weather updates and potential storm warnings during this time.

Despite the challenging weather due to heat and humidity, July remains a popular month for tourists in New Orleans. The city comes alive with various events, including music festivals, cultural celebrations, and outdoor activities. It is a vibrant destination regardless of the weather.

Ragin Cajun's Take on July weather in New Orleans

Be prepared for hot humid weather with no real break over night. It makes us wonder how our ancestors managed without air conditioning! But … it’s still a great time to take an airboat ride to cool off on the bayou with the wind blowing in your face.

The local wildlife is very active at this time of year so you’ll see alligators along with all kinds of critters. Being out in the swamps and bayous is a great way to get a break from the heat of the city.

Customer Review of an Airboat Tour in July

Rita Kelso had this to say on her Google review:

“On Sunday, July 23, 2023, we had the pleasure of taking your 6-Passenger Airboat Tour in Luling with Captain Eric, a Louisiana Native, with an honored Danish name, noted by his passengers from Denmark, who accompanied us. The scenery was breathtaking, the weather pleasant and Eric showed us and explained the flora and fauna of the bayou and swamp: alligators, birds, owl and raccoon family, Spanish Moss and the banana spider at the dock. He answered every question we had which made this an EPIC experience. We rate Rajin Cajun Airboat Tours in Luling, LA, as topnotch and a must for everyone who wants to see what is behind the freeway and experience life in the swamp!”

All of our airboat tour customer reviews from Google post raw and unfiltered to our website. Here you can see Rita’s review of an airboat tour in June.

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Review by: Matt Jackson

Matt Jackson rated us: 5 out of 5 stars.

Great experience. Very fun boat captain and one of the best experiences we’ve ever had!

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Review by: Christie Ratliff

Christie Ratliff rated us: 5 out of 5 stars.

Guide did a fantastic job. We got an up close look at some gators. The guide knew them by name and personality too, which was fun! Also I learned swamps are beautiful