Overview of Serbia Weather

The Republic of Serbia is a country located in the Balkans. The capital of Serbia is Belgrade. The climate of Serbia is continental, with hot summers and cold winters. The average annual temperature is 10 °C.

The average temperature in Belgrade in January is 0.6 °C and in July it is 22.8 °C. The yearly precipitation is about 700 mm.

Snowfall can occur from late November to early April, with the heaviest snowfalls in January and February.

The highest temperature ever recorded in Serbia was 43.2 °C, while the lowest was -33.9 °C.

Serbia Weather can be divided into four seasons:

Winter – December, January, February

Spring – March, April, May

Summer – June, July, August

Autumn – September, October, November

Winter in Serbia is characterized by cold weather, with temperatures often below freezing. Snow is common, especially in the mountains.

Spring is the start of the tourist season, as the weather becomes milder and the flowers start to bloom.

Summer is the warmest season, with temperatures often reaching over 30 °C.

Autumn is characterized by cooler temperatures and the start of the hunting season.