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Weather in Serbia

In the north, continental climate (cold winters and hot, humid summers with well distributed rainfall); central portion, continental and Mediterranean climate; to the south, Adriatic climate along the coast, hot, dry summers and autumns and relatively cold winters with heavy snowfall inland.

Belgrade

Belgrade has a continental climate with cold winters (temperatures often go down to -5C) and hot summers (goes up to above 35C). Springs and autumns are very pleasant with temperatures ranging between 15C and 25C.

The climate table for Belgrade represents conditions in lowland areas of Serbia. Although this table shows many days with rain during the summer months, the rain is often of a showery, thundery type so that the hours of sunshine in summer are not all that fewer than on the Adriatic coast.

Month Average Sunlight (hours) Temperature Discomfort from heat and humidity Relative humidity Average Precipitation (mm) Wet Days (+0.25 mm)
Average Record
Min Max Min Max am pm
Jan 2 -3 3 -25 20 - 85 75 47 14
Feb 3 -2 5 -21 21 - 83 67 46 13
March 5 2 11 -14 30 - 77 56 46 12
April 6 7 18 -6 31 - 72 49 54 13
May 7 12 23 -1 34 - 73 51 74 14
June 9 15 26 6 37 Moderate 74 51 96 13
July 10 17 28 8 39 Medium 71 47 61 9
Aug 9 17 28 8 39 Medium 73 46 55 9
Sept 8 13 24 2 42 - 76 47 50 8
Oct 3 8 18 -7 35 - 82 58 55 11
Nov 3 4 11 -8 23 - 85 71 61 14
Dec 2 0 5 -19 21 - 85 76 55 14





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