Bucharest Romania Weather
As the weather in Bucharest is particularly hot in July and August, many visitors prefer to come before or after. In Romania, it is often the best time to ski, and often even on the first day of the ski season, January 1, when fresh powder is deep.
It is better to visit Romania between September and June, as you will probably find the lowest prices for air tickets and accommodation during this period. Tarom, a Romanian airline, traditionally offers low prices in low season and you can visit its website at www. Blueair, another Romanian low-cost airline, is also very competitive in terms of price, so you should check ww.blueair.com for more information. You are in the immediate vicinity of the city centre and it gets hot during the day, while it stays cool at night.
As the long Carpathians cross the country in a semicircular shape, the weather becomes colder and wetter with increasing altitude. Snow falls frequently in winter and summer, and there are thunderstorms in the afternoon. During the summer, the most violent storms occur, while most of the frequent rainfall falls in late March and early April. Rain is expected in mid-April and late May, but it rains until the end of February and rains until March.
Although thunderstorms are less frequent in summer, rainfall along the Black Sea coast is also quite low, with less than 1 mm of rainfall per year. The average rainfall is very low in the southern plains of Bucharest, with 1.2 mm to 2.1 mm per month, while further west in the southern plains, in Book Romania, it is 530 mm or 20.9%.
The climate in the interior is slightly milder than on the Black Sea coast, but in the south it is warmer. Winter is cold, while summer is warm, sunny and sometimes hot, tempered by breezes, and during cold periods the temperature can drop. At the same time, it is cold in the northern regions of Maramures and Bukovina, and warm and dry in the southern regions. Summer is hot and sunny, although thunderstorms can break out in the afternoon.
Daytime highs range from 84 to 9C, but it will feel cool given the humidity and wind. Temperatures vary between 18 and 22 degrees, although precipitation and humidity are more likely at this time than in the higher summer months, making the daily forecast a more pleasant experience.
The hottest day of the year is July 31, with an average high of 86F and a low of 63F. On the hottest days, temperatures can reach or exceed 35 degrees. August, July and then June are the hottest months when you want to visit Bucharest. According to this estimate, it is the warmest in Romania at the beginning of July or the end of August. Here are the average temperatures, and on some hot days the temperature can exceed or reach 35 degrees, as well as the coldest.
If you don't like the heat, you can also choose May, June or September, but July and August are hottest, with Bucharest averaging a high of 86 F and a low of 63 F, as well as the coldest.
I would also mention that January, August and then September are supposed to be the driest weather, but we cannot know everything. March is sometimes very cold and September is usually a pleasant and quiet month with little to no rain. October is rainy and sometimes the warm and sunny weather lasts until October, so it all depends on your luck.
Summer is generally very warm and hot, with the average high in Bucharest being 34.3 degrees, but similar heights can be reached in the high mountains of Romania, where the highest mountains in Romania are located. The warmest time of the year is generally mid-August, when highs range from 93-8degf (-34-3degf) and temperatures rarely fall below 68.4degf. Low temperatures range from 0.5 to 5 degrees in Budapest and Buch in Romania and below freezing in other low-lying areas. During the night temperatures will be between 50 - 60 ° C (1.6 - 2.2 ° C) and 60 ° C (2.7 - 4.0 ° C) near Bucharese and other low-lying areas.
While the summer is warmer than in the rest of Romania, the winter is cold and can be quite cold in Bucharest and other lower lying areas. The high mountains of the country, such as those in Craiova and Bukharu, have a continental climate. Winter can also be cold, with the average low temperature in Romania between 0.5 and 5 degrees Celsius (-1.6 to 2.2 degrees C) and below freezing.
Humidity and rainfall in summer are moderately low, but given the humidity, the temperature feels cold in the middle of the year. Rainfall is not plentiful in Bucharest, although it is well distributed during the season, with highs in May and June. However, we know that the city is occasionally hit by aggressive and violent storms, and we can be sure that here too the wettest periods are from May to August, due to afternoon thunderstorms. In Cluj-Napoca it is 595 mm (23%) per year, while in Craiova and Bukharu it is only 0.7 mm per month, in addition to the average rainfall of 1.5 mm.