The average temperature was 0. 77C in July up by by 0.08C from June. Despite this small rise, 2021 is still on track to be the coldest year since 2014. After 7 months the average global temperature so far is 0.66C.
The Southern Hemisphere remains cooler than normal (1961-1990) in July whereas the Northern Hemisphere is in general much warmer.
The Northern Hemisphere is warm apart from cold spots in the Eastern United States and in Northern Siberia.
Finally here is a plot of the 2021 average temperature after the first 7 months relative to a 1961-199o baseline.