The city of Bamberg is located in the zone of Germany with a continental climate of transition with the maritime climate, this type of climate is characterized by cold and relatively dry winters, while summers are relatively hot but rainy. The intermediate seasons have relatively mild temperatures and variable weather.
The minimum average temperatures in Bamberg are below zero in the months of December, January, February and March, the coldest month is January with -4.1 ° C of average minimum temperature. The average maximum winter temperatures vary between 2 ° C in January and 4 ° C in February. Summer is rather mild with average maximum temperatures ranging between 22 ° C and 23 ° C, while average minimum summer temperatures vary between 11 ° C and 12 ° C.
Summer is the rainiest time of the year, in particular the months between May and August are rainy. The driest months are those between February and April. Average annual rainfall is 650 mm. Bamberg has an average of 115 rainy days per year, monthly varying between the 8 rainy days of February and the 11 rainy days of May and June. Snow falls in the city in the months between November and March, but rarely remains on the ground for more than a few days.
WHEN TO GO TO BAMBERG
As for much of southern Germany, intermediate seasons – spring and autumn – are the best seasons for a visit for visiting the city of Bamberg. Despite being the rainiest months of the year, the hot summer months are also suitable for a visit to the city.
THE CLIMATE OF BAMBERG: CLIMATE TABLE
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