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Cities in SERBIA


Climate and Weather

Serbia generally has a moderate continental climate, with very cold winters, warm, humid summers and distinctly four seasons. Precipitation is neatly distributed over all seasons.

The average temperature is 11.9°C. Autumn lasts longer than spring, with long sunny and warm periods. In winter it is not extremely cold with only 21 days below freezing. January is the coldest month with an average temperature of 0.4°C. Spring is short and rainy and summer starts quite abruptly. The hottest months are July and August with average temperatures of 21.7°C and 21.3°C respectively.

The centrally located capital, Belgrade, receives an average of 139 days of precipitation, including 27 days of snow. The wettest months are May and June, February is the driest month. On average, there is between 600 and 800 mm of precipitation per year all over the country and a snow carpet of 14-25 cm lasts between 30 and 44 days.

In autumn and winter often the 'košava' blows an east-southeast wind that ensures clear and dry weather.


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Last updated May 2024
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