Serbia and Montenegro - Climate



In the north, winters are cold and summers are hot and humid. In the central region, the climate is continental and Mediterranean. The Adriatic climate along the south brings hot and dry summers and relatively cold winters with heavy snowfall inland. Podgorica, located in the southwest portion of the country, is the warmest city, with an average July temperature of 26° C (80° F ) and an average January temperature of 5° C (41° F ). Annual precipitation in most of the country is 56 to 190 cm (22 to 75 in).

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