Belgrade, where it's located

The climate of Belgrade is continental, with cold winters and hot summers.
The city is the capital of Serbia and is located in the center-north of the country. The climate is not very different from that of Milan, but it is a bit colder, in addition, it tends to have more remarkable temperature variations. During cold spells, the temperature can drop to -15 °C (-5 °F) or even below. At the Surcin airport (Nikola Tesla), the temperature dropped to -23 °C (-9.5 °F) in February 1956, and to -24 °C (-11 °F) in January 2003 and February 2012. In summer, during the hottest periods, it can reach and exceed 38 °C (100 °F). In the exceptional heat wave of July 2007, 43 °C (109.5 °F) were reached.
The average temperature of the coldest month (January) is of 1.2 °C (34 °F), that of the warmest month (July) is of 23.2 °C (74 °F). Here are the average temperatures.
Belgrade - Average temperatures
Min (°C)-2-1381215171613830
Max (°C)461219232729292418126
Min (°F)283037465459636155463732
Max (°F)394354667381848475645443

Precipitation amounts to 695 millimeters (27.4 inches) per year: so, it is at an intermediate level. It ranges from 45 mm (1.8 in) in the driest months (January, February, March) to 95 mm (3.7 in) in the wettest (June). Here is the average precipitation.
Belgrade - Average precipitation

On average, there are around 2,110 sunshine hours per year. The sun is not often seen in winter, while in summer it shines for a good number of hours. Here are the average sunshine hours per day.
Belgrade - Sunshine


Best Time

The best times to visit Belgrade are spring and autumn, and in particular the months of May and September. In June, the weather is often excellent, but it can sometimes get hot, especially in the second half of the month.