|Now we have real summer! Hot weather. Humid weather. Dry weather. Thunderstorms. July has the first reliable haymaking weather, and in the old days they would often wait until July to make their first cut of hay because they could depend on the weather. If it’s a dry year we will certainly be irrigating in July. Many of the crops are now full sized and every week we have new crops ripening. Squash, beets, beans, cucumbers, and new potatoes all make their first appearance in July. Towards the end of the month, about the 20th, we’ll get some tomatoes, and if we’re lucky, and it’s a warm year we’ll see the||
If it's going to be dry, it will be dry in July.