Nuremberg has a type of continental climate of transition with the maritime one, for which the region where the city is located suffers the typical influences of continentality sometimes mitigated by currents from the ocean. The winters are still cold with temperatures below zero between December and February, the winter months are also the driest months of the year. In summer temperatures rise and the weather is mild, but summer is the time when it rains the most.
The average minimum temperatures in Nuremberg vary between 13 ° C in July, the hottest month, and -2.9 ° C in January, which is the coldest month. Average maximum temperatures reach values of 24 ° C in July and August, while they drop to 2.7 ° C in January. The average annual temperature in the city is 9.1 ° C.
Nuremberg receives an annual average of 629 mm of rain per year. The driest months are the winter months, late autumn and early spring, i.e. those between November and April. The rainiest months are the summer months between June and August. The city has an average of 110 rainy days per year. The month with the least rainy days is February with an average of only 7.7 rainy days per month. The month of June is instead the one with the most rainy days, an average of 11 rainy days. Snow frequently falls in the city during the winter months, it can usually snow in the months between November and March.
WHEN TO GO TO NUREMBERG
The best time for a visit to Nuremberg are the months of the year with milder temperatures, that is, the spring and summer months between May and September.
THE CLIMATE OF NUREMBERG: CLIMATE TABLE
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