Bosnia and Herzegovina Weather

Weather in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Forecast the weather in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Weather in Tesanj, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Competent advice on the best destinations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, including information on the weather, the best time to travel, highlights and route suggestions. View our current live radar and weather forecasts for Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina to plan your day. Spring and summer should be the best time to visit Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Weather Forecast, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Weather in the UK will remain arid and sunshiny this weekend. You can also check the pages Historic weather, text weather and weather maps of Sarajevo. Historic or past weather forecasts page offers historic weather forecasts from July 1, 2008 to now in 3-hour intervals. The text weather page allows you to get a weather text for the next 14 day and the weather map page shows weather patterns such as temperatures, windspeed, gusts, pressures etc. in graphic view for the next 14-day.

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Temperatures, rainfall, when to go, what to grab

Coming from the Northeast and Northeast, typically for the Balkan Peninsula in the wintry season, they provide snows and frosts in most parts of Bosnia, while in the Lowlands of Mostar they provide only a little warmth and a little sun.

It has a Mediterranean atmosphere, gentle but wet in all season except high season. Beyond this coastal strip lies a plains where the town of Mostar is situated, but also the shrine of Medjugorje, which has a Mediterranean transition with slightly chilly winter (in Mostar the mean is 5°C in January) and warm surfs (the mean in July is 25°C or 77°F).

These are the mean temperature of Mostar. This is also a wet area where nearly 1,500 millimeters (60 inches) per year drop, and the only relatively arid seasons are July and August, with 40 and 50 mm (1. 5/2 inches) each. This is the mean rainfall.

In Mostar the solar radiation is good in summers and the snow does not soften. If you leave out this small seaside area, the remainder of western Bosnia is made up of hills and mountains that the Dinaric Alps cross, so the weather is softer.

At Livno, about 50 km from the coast and 700 m above sealevel, the mean temperatures in January and February are 0 °C and 18 °C in July. Situated 120 kilometers from the ocean and 650 meters above the ocean floor, the city' s January averages -0.5 °C (31 °F) and 19.

5°F ('67°F) in July and August, when the maximum values are 26°C ('79°F) and the minimum values are 13°C ('55°F), so the temperatures are quite chilly at the time.

These are the mean temperature. The rainfall in Sarajevo is less than in the coast and is about 900 mm (35°F). The rainfall caused by westerly front-line rainfall in the winter half of the year is largely offset by some early morning storms in early springs and summers.

There are many snows in winters. This is the mean rainfall. Sunshine in Sarajevo is rare in winters, while it is quite frequent in summers, although not as frequent as in Mostar and on the coastline. Of course, the weather is getting cooler in the high mountain regions.

Take the mountain range of Sarajevo, for example, at 2,000 meters above sealevo, the mean January temperatures are -6°C (21°F), compared to 10°C (50°F) in July. On the north planes, in towns such as Bihac, Tuzla, Banja Luka, the weather is continuous, with an annual mean around zero (0°C or 32°F) in January and around 20°C (68°F) in July.

This is the mean Banja Luka weather. Maximum (°F)394554637277818173635241 Here, too, the rainfall is about 900/1,000 mm per year, so it is still quite high and also well spread, because here too there are common storms in this area. This is the rainfall in Banja Luka. Solar (hours)234577986421 The most warm in July and August when the weather is 24/25 C (75/77 F), while it is still tolerable in September when the weather is 23 C (73 F) and slightly chilly in June when it is 21 C (70 F).

Since July and August can be a few busy months, you may want June and September if you don't like the warm weather. Weather is often summery, but there can be storms in the afternoons. It is a small coastline with a Mediterranean atmosphere that is good for beachside activities in this area.

At the lower Neretva river in Mostar or Medjugorje, where the weather is almost Mediterranean, you can select between May, June and September. Rainfall is seldom in July and August, but sometimes it can be quite warm. The weather is usually warm from October to April, even in winters, but sometimes it is breezy and rainy.

For Sarajevo and inland: hot clothing, sweaters, down jackets, caps, gloves, raincoats or umbrellas. On the Mostar Plains and the coast: hot clothing, sweaters, coat, umbrellas or raincoats.

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