Weather in Poland

Generally, there are four seasons in Poland – spring, summer, autumn and winter, although some people distinguish two additional seasons, described as early spring and early winter. Spring begins in March, bringing sunny days and, sometimes, rain and light frost, with daily temperatures ranging from 5 °C to 15 °C. The summertime can be really hot, with temperatures around 20-25 °C. It begins in late May/June and lasts until the end of August. During the autumn the weather is often prone to changes – you are likely to enjoy moderately warm temperatures from September to October, while November brings rainfall and lower temperatures. In the winter, the days become noticeably shorter. The winter is cold and cloudy and brings frequent snowstorms and relatively low total precipitation. The average temperature in January is about -4 °C but it can fall to as low as -20 °C. Well, be sure to bring some warm clothes with you! 🙂