Current meteorological data
Air temperature: 84.38 (°F)
29.1 (°C)
Wind speed:10 (km/h)
Wind direction: N-W, 324.4 °
Global radiation: 575.8 (W/m²)
Act. UV-Index: 3.84
Precipitation: 0.0 (ltr/m²)
(Updated: 07/03/2022, 16:00,
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On the following pages, the Section of Urban Climatology from within the Office for Environmental Protection of the City of Stuttgart provides information on climate, air and noise - and this not only for Stuttgart.



July is the hottest month of the year with an average temperature of 18.8 °C in the inner city and 17.4 °C in the higher district of Hohenheim.
The concentration of most pollutants is on a minimum level in this summer month. This is partly due to a practically non-existing heating activity.

As a result of the very strong insolation in July, ozone levels are very high, especially during a high-pressure weather situation and when wind speeds are relatively low.

For more informations on the monthly and yearly average values in Stuttgart please visit the chapter on the Climate calendar - month.

Note: On the following webpages, the most important information of the German homepage is also available in English. For more detailed information, please visit the German webpages.

Most of the translation was realized by Melanie Vogt, Vogt Übersetzungen (


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