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The weather was very fine. Most days the temperature was about 28 -30 celcius. Occaisional short showers in the afternoon.
Historic Temperatures for 29th May in Bled
|Average High||21°C (70°F)|
|Record High||31°C (88°F) (2001)|
|Average Low||9°C (48°F)|
|Record Low||5°C (41°F) (1997)|
Bled, in northwest Slovenia in the Julian Alps, has a mild, sub-alpine climate. It enjoys warm summers and cool to cold winters with moderate rainfall year round. The attraction of Bled is in its stunning, mountainous landscape and vast glacial lake, which is frozen for ice-skating in the winter and warm enough for swimming in the summer. Climate change has seen the weather in Bled become increasingly unpredictable.
Summer in Bled, from June till August, has pleasant average highs in the mid 20s with chilly evenings around 13°C. Rainfall is at its highest high, though it is frequent throughout the year, seeing an average of around thirteen days on which rain falls each month. This is a fantastic time to visit Bled due to the beauty of the lake and surrounding mountains; but also because Bledâs attractions are so easily accessible in this season. The lake becomes a busy place as people flock to swim and sail or walk and cycle around it. Hiking in the surrounding mountains and up to Bled Castle are activities that benefit from the relative warmth in comparison to other times of the year, but also from the coolness of higher altitudes in comparison to those nearer the lake. Summers in Bled do not get unbearably hot. It is advisable to take clothing suitable for cool temperatures due to the drop in temperature at night and at higher altitudes.
Autumn in Bled, from September till November, sees daytime temperatures drop from a pleasant 20°C to a chilly 8°C. Many of the trees in bled are evergreen, but dotted about the landscape clusters of trees start to turn, putting on a muted but beautiful display of fiery colours. Rainfall remains quite high and night times are generally considerably colder than the days. By November night times are nearly freezing and frosts sometimes occur.
Winter, from December till February, sees temperatures drop with day time temperatures around 5°C and night times getting just below freezing around -3°C. The snow-clad landscape is breathtaking. December sees the beginning of Bledâs ski season and skating on the lake is possible when it gets cold enough for the lake to freeze over. February is Bledâs driest month and also sees the beginning of the thaw. However, it still gets down to below freezing at night and this can often produce treacherous, icy conditions.
Spring begins in March and sees the end of the ski season as temperatures continue to rise. Marchâs average low temperature is not below freezing, and by April the days are quite warm seeing average highs of 16°C, with night times at around 4°C. By May temperatures in the low 20s are not unheard of, though, as at all times of year, night time is considerably cooler. This is the wettest season in Bled seeing seventeen or eighteen days on average per month.
Bledâs Climate can be attributed to its altitude at 500m above sea level, which keeps it mild, and also to the surrounding mountains that protect it from cold northern winds and stop it from getting any colder.