Dubrovnik (Ragusa) has a typical Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. Summer days can be intensely hot, but the humidity is moderate and the sea breeze cools the warm feeling. In the months between October and April, sometimes can blow Bora, a cold wind blowing from the north and north -east, and that causes really cold days.
The average maximum temperature of Dubrovnik reached the highest values in August with 28 ° C, while in the month of January, arriving just 12 ° C. The average minimum temperatures vary between 21 ° C in July and August, and 6 ° C in January and February, when temperatures reach the lowest values of the year.
The rainiest months are those that go from October to December, the driest month is July, the city receives about 1,000 mm of precipitation annually. On average Dubrovnik has almost 114 days of rain per year, while the annual hours of sunshine are almost 2,600. The months from November to February have on average between 13 and 11 days of rain per month, while the middle months of the summer, those of July and August have an average of only 3 days of rain per month. Snow in the city is a rare event.
The sea water temperature is maintained above 21 ° C from June to October, in July and August exceed 23 ° C. In the winter months the temperature is lowered to 12 ° C.
WHEN TO GO TO DUBROVNIK (RAGUSA)
The best season for a visit of Dubrovnik (Ragusa) starts in April and goes until September. July and August are very hot at times, even though sea breezes normally mitigate the summer heat.
THE CLIMATE OF DUBROVNIK (RAGUSA): CLIMATE TABLES
|DUBROVNIK (RAGUSA) (3 meters)|
|Month||Average low (°C)||Average high (°C)||Precip. (mm)||Precip. days|
|Month||Sea water temperature °C|