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Summer 2024 weather forecast for Greenville

Prepare for summer weather in Greenville with these seasonal temperature and precipitation outlooks.

An orange and blue sunset over the bridge at Falls Park, with water rushing over the rocks.

If you like piña coladas and getting caught in high temps, you’ll love summer in Greenville.

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We know the question on your mind, Greenvillians — how hot is it going to get this summer? Thanks to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Prediction Center, we know what temperatures and precipitation trends to expect in our city for June, July, and August. While exact weather conditions typically can’t be predicted more than a week in advance, here’s a seasonal outlook to help you prepare for what summer will bring.

NOAA summer SATX 2024

The NOAA predicts likely above average temperatures for the next three months.

Graphic by the NOAA

Temperature

Think hot. This summer, Greenville has a 40-50% chance of temperatures being higher than normal.

Precipitation

Keep that umbrella handy. Greenville has a 40-50% chance of seeing higher-than-average rainfall amounts this summer.

Spring precipitation NOAA 2024

Keep your umbrella handy for summer storms.

Graphic by the NOAA

June

Typically in Greenville, June’s daily high temperatures are around 88° — plan for days like this or hotter. Fun fact: The first day of summer is the summer solstice, and the sun will be in its northernmost spot in the sky at 4:50 p.m. in our city. To compare to the Winter Solstice in December, the day is 4 hours and 41 minutes longer.

July

July’s averages make it the warmest month in Greenville — we’re looking at an average high temperature of 90°. Don’t forget that the heat index will make it feel even hotter — July’s average heat index is 105.8°, so follow our heat safety tips. On the bright side (pun intended), it’s also the month with the most sunshine. Grab a good SPF and head outdoors to your favorite summer activity.

August

Highs in August cool off slightly from July back to 88°, but since there’s a chance of temperature increases, we wouldn’t pack away your flip flops and sun hats just yet.

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