Poland Summer Weather
About Poland's summer weather in text and video with what it is like and what to wear.
Because of Poland's location on the European continent, its weather varies with the wind. Even the Summer weather can turn cold if the wind comes down from the Arctic North.
In general, the weather during the summer months will be in the high 60's to mid 70's Fahrenheit during the days. At nights it will be in the high 40's to mid 50's.
There will be occasional warmer days with the daytime temperature reaching the low 80's. One might say that that does not occur too often.
But when it does get hot, it is rather uncomfortable because the humidity stays high.
The weather can and does shift quickly. The winds vary and with them carry the weather from their source. A South wind brings heat, a West wind brings moisture and a North or East wind cool or cold air.
Poland summer weather on the Baltic Coast is generally like weather in the Mediterranean in the winter. There is a special page on Baltic Summer weather that you will find on this link.
In the mountains to the South, expect colder temperatures.
Poland is generally a cloudy country. So expect to see a lot of them. And on "hot" days, expect thunderstorms. In fact, you are likely to see many thunderstorms as you travel the country.
The MasterPage publishes daily weather long range reports on its main page. And on the main page you get a link to the Polish Weather Service page that gives you a 36 hour forecast. Between the two of them you should be able to get a feel for what the weather will be over the next week or so. For your convenience, you can click here and go to the MasterPage Facts About Poland main page.
In this website there are videos that show the weather for each of the months of the year. Just use the search box with the name of the month that you wish to check.
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