20 JunLocal Time: 07:58 EEST UK Time: 05:58 BST
- Sunrise 05:32
- Sunset 20:50
- Moonrise 16:17
- Moonset 02:09
|Temp feels like:||21°c (69.8°f)|
|Length of Day:||9h 07m|
|Dew Point:||18 °c (64°f)|
|Pressure:||30.06 " (1018 hpa)|
Average for June: 21°c (70°f)
Thu 20 Jun29°C (84°F)Night 17°C (63°F)
Fri 21 Jun27°C (81°F)Night 16°C (61°F)
Sat 22 Jun26°C (79°F)Night 13°C (55°F)
Sun 23 Jun27°C (81°F)Night 14°C (57°F)
Weather Overview for Pomorie
Pomorie in Bulgaria is a peninsula town located in the province of Burgas about 20 km away from the city of Burgas. The town has a population of 13,569 inhabitants and it is a popular holiday destination for tourists seeking both lakes and the seaside; Pomories fits the bill with Lake Pomorie and the Bulgarian Black Sea. During the warm summer months, Lake Pomorie is one of the main attractions of Pomorie with tourists and locals alike cooling off from high temperatures, which can reach up to 30ºC. Pomorie enjoys pleasant warm weather throughout the spring and summer with mild to warm temperatures perfect for a wonderful, unforgettable holiday.
Throughout the year, Pomorie enjoys sunny weather with long and warm summers and short winters with mild temperatures. The hottest month of the year is July with temperatures averaging in at 27ºC and reaching up to 30ºC. During the hot summer months the lowest temperatures that are experienced are nothing lower than 20ºC at night time, making Pomorie the ideal location to vacation during the day in the sun and enjoy a stroll through the town at night time. Pomorie sees an average of 11 hours of sunshine per day in July and an average of 9 hours of sunshine from May until September.
Winter is characterised by temperatures as low as -4ºC in December, January and February with February being the coldest month of the year. Rainfall often occurs in Pomorie from November through to February making winters cold, windy and wet. The proximity to the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast makes cold temperatures feel colder than what is marked on the thermometers due to the winds brought in by the tides. From November until May rain falls consistently keeping the flora of the town green. Towards the end of spring in June, the water of the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast and Lake Pomorie become warmer and more pleasant to swim in.
From the months of December through March, Pomorie receives constant rainfall, which makes for winter days to be humid and cold with temperatures ranging between -2ºC and 6ºC. February being the coldest month of the year sees temperatures below zero often and the water of the Bulgarian Black Sea is too cold for tourists to enjoy.
As the climate is so cold at this time of the year it is advised for tourists to visit Pomorie at another time of the year or to concentrate on exploring Pomorie’s indoor activities. With high probabilities of precipitation, it is advised that visitors take heavy raincoats to keep from the cold while enjoying sightseeing around the historical town. Winter brings only 2 to 3 hours of sunshine per day from the months of November through February making winters seem drearier and cold and bringing temperatures to the lowest levels still during the daytime.
March can still see some cool temperatures that range between 2ºC and 11ºC. In April, temperatures start getting warmer although, the waters of the Bulgarian Black Sea and Lake Pomorie are still significantly cold to swim in. It is not until the end of the spring in June when the Bulgarian Black Sea’s waters start warming up, making Pomorie more than just a beautiful sight, but a very enjoyable experience.
Springtime is the perfect season to enjoy of Pomorie’s pleasant weather while strolling around town and the beach in mild weather conditions without being too cold or too hot. In May temperatures get up to 22ºC as spring comes to an end and summer time approaches. By the end of spring temperatures reach up to 26ºC, giving tourists and locals the perfect temperature to enjoy of the Lake and the Black Sea.
Summer is the most anticipated season of the year for all tourists and locals as the warm temperatures heat up the waters of the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast and Lake Pomorie. The summer heat lasts from June until September with July being the hottest month of the year enjoying of up to 30ºC during the daytime and 20ºC during the night.
The winds from the Black Sea maintain Pomorie to be a pleasant location with warm temperatures and cooling breezes that make up the perfect summer day. Tourists are encouraged to enjoy the warm weather to sightsee places such as the Thracian Necropolis.
In October temperatures start dropping and the highest temperature expected is 21ºC with cool winds from the Black Sea. Nights are significantly cooler at this time of the year with temperatures reaching as low as 6ºC. December still receives temperatures above zero with the temperatures ranging between 1ºC and 7ºC.
After the hot summer days, rain starts to become more abundant from October; this pattern of often precipitation carries all the way throughout the winter season and up until May when the weather starts to heat up once again. Sunshine hours also start to diminish from an average of 9 hours during the summer time to an average of 7 hours of sunshine per day during the autumn months.
Dry season generally occurs in the summer months between July and October; during dry season Pomorie receives an average of 4 days of rain throughout the month. With a higher number of sunshine hours, Pomorie keeps great climate conditions perfect for the summer time with little humidity and precipitation and nearly 12 hours of sunshine to keep the beach waters warm.
As Pomorie has abundant rain consistently throughout most of the year, it is difficult to identity a specific time as rainy season. From November through June, Pomorie receives an average of nine days per month of precipitation with November, December and May being the rainiest months of the year and August and September being the driest months of the year.