24 AprLocal Time: 08:05 EEST UK Time: 06:05 BST
- Sunrise 06:14
- Sunset 19:52
- Moonrise 02:35
- Moonset 13:36
|Temp feels like:||70°F (21°C)|
|Length of Day:||9h 17m|
|Dew Point:||52°F (11°C)|
|Pressure:||29.86 " (1011 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||6 miles (10 km)|
Average for April: 54°F (12°C)
Weather Overview for Istanbul
Typically the weather in
The Bosphorus Strait and its surrounding environment are dominated by the Mediterranean climate but to the north you can detect a Black Sea climate; mainly rain. Meanwhile there is also an Anatolian Continental climate to its east; hot summers and cold winters. This city is so diverse, it can have entirely different climates in the same day, while snowing in one neighbourhood you can still see the sun shining on another part of the city.
The summer season lasts between June until September standing with common daytime temperatures of +40 °C. The warmest month is July with an average temperature of 47 °C, yet the coldest is January with an average temperature of 5°C.
The Blue Mosque Istanbul, Turkey.
The driest season significantly is summer. However, the climate cannot be defined as truly
Autumn is by far the longest season, and throughout the larger part of the year the morning haze makes the skies as bright as mother-of-pearl. In September and October, except for perhaps two or three scorching weeks, there are usually crisp, overcast days. The weather can be unreliable in this region with such a combination of lands and seas. Morning clouds will usually clear towards noon and welcome the sun.
During the winter months, the temperature is around 10°C with nights becoming much cooler. The lowest recorded temperature was in 1991 when the climate dropped to a freezing -15°C.
In the springtime, particularly between April to May, there is a very comfortable climate reaching around 15°C to 25°C. Spring is very beautiful in
The average temperature in
Hot air ballooning over Istanbul.