This work presents a temperature-dependent reformulation of a multiscale fracture mechanics-informed matrix damage model previously developed by the authors. In this paper, internal state variable theory, fracture mechanics, and temperature-dependent material properties and model parameters are implemented to account for length scale-specific ceramic matrix composite (CMC) brittle matrix damage initiation and propagation behavior for temperatures ranging from room temperature (RT) to 1200°C. A unified damage internal state variable (ISV) is introduced to capture effects of matrix porosity, which occurs as a result of material diffusion around grain boundaries, as well as matrix property degradation due to matrix crack initiation and propagation. The porosity contribution to the unified damage ISV is related to the volumetric strain, and matrix cracking effects are captured using fracture mechanics and crack growth kinetics. A combination of temperature-dependent material properties and damage model parameters are included in the model to simulate effects of temperature on the deformation and damage behavior of 2D woven C/SiC CMC material systems. Model calibration is performed using experimental data from literature for plain weave C/SiC CMC at RT, 700°C, and 1200°C to determine how damage model parameters change in this temperature range. The nonlinear, temperature-dependent predictive capabilities of the reformulated model are demonstrated for 1000°C using interpolation to obtain expected damage model parameters at this temperature and the predictions are in good agreement with experimental results at 1000°C.