Crimea, Ukraine: Live Weather
Live weather in Crimea
The latest and today's weather in Crimea , Ukraine updated regularly
- Sunrise 07:14
- Sunset 16:35
|Temp feels like:||1°C (34°F)|
|Length of Day:||9h 21m|
|Pressure:||30" (1016 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||10 miles (16 km)|
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Crimea is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Ukraine. It is a peninsula of the Ukraine, and is located on the northern coast of the Black Sea. This area is known for its unique history. Crimea was conquered and controlled by many different regions before becoming an autonomous parliamentary republic within the Ukraine. Tourists flock to Crimea to visit the Khanâs Palace, the Bolshoi Canyon, and to enjoy beaches and caves in the area.
The climate of Crimea is a combination of a maritime and continental climate. This depends on the elevation of the area. The south coast can have a Mediterranean climate; the Crimean Mountains have varying weather conditions, while the north side of Crimea has the same weather patterns as the rest of the Ukraine, though it tends to be slightly warmer and drier. Snowfall occurs in the winter, but doesnât typically last for a long period of time. The annual average temperature is 7.6°C for the year, with an average humidity of 76%. The annual amount of rainfall is low, with just 400mm each year.
June is the first month of summer in Crimea and the average temperature is 19°C. It reaches daytime highs of 24°C and evening lows of 13°C. There are usually about 8 hours of sunshine each day during this month with very low humidity. During the summer months, the weather tends to be much drier in this area than in the other seasons. The average amount of rainfall for June is 36mm over nine days.
Temperatures in July rise to 20°C as the summer continues. The average temperatures reach highs of 25°C and nightly temperatures of 15°C. The hours of sunshine per day stay the same this month, with a total of 8 hours and a humidity rate of 62%. The average amount of rainfall drops to 31mm over a total of six days for the month.
In August, the daily average temperature stays the same as the previous month at 20°C. The daytime highs stay consistent at 25°C, with evening lows dropping to 15°C. The humidity measured for this month stays the same at 62%. There is a forecasted 8 hours of sunlight per day. The last month of summer in Crimea has an average monthly rainfall of 46mm over a period of six days.
September signals the start of a new season in the Ukraine. The average temperatures drop to 14°C, with an average daily high of 19°C and average nightly lows of 9°C. The hours of sunshine also drop this month, with just 6 hours forecasted each day. Autumn typically brings more rain than the summer months, but the average precipitation drops slightly to 41mm over a total of eight days.Temperatures drop even further by the time October arrives in Crimea. The average daily temperature is 8°C. The daytime highs are just 12°C and the evening lows drop to 4°C. This month also sees a drop in the hours of sunlight per day. There are just 4 hours of sunshine predicted for each day with 11 hours of daylight each day. Rainfall in this month increases over the previous month to 53mm over nine days in the month.
November is the last month of autumn in Crimea, and the average temperatures continue to drop. The average daily temperature is just 5°C, with daytime highs of 5°C and evening lows of 0°C. The average hours of sunshine per day continues to decrease as the weather conditions get colder, with just 2 hours of sunshine per day. The average amount of rainfall for the month increases to 68mm over ten days.
The beginning of winter brings much colder weather to the area. Average temperatures in December are -5°C. The high temperatures are 0°C during the day, and the low temperatures drop to -5°C. The hours of sunshine per day drop even further during the winter months to just 1 hour predicted per day. December is the wettest month of the year in Crimea, with a total of 83mm of precipitation over twelve days.
January brings even colder weather to Crimea. The average temperature for the month is -6°C, reaching highs of -3°C during the day and lows of -8°C in the evening. There is an average of nineteen days with frost during the month. The hours of sunshine increase to 2 hours per day. The amount of rainfall for the month is an average of 76mm over a period of eleven days.
The last winter month, February, continues to have cold weather. In fact, this is the coldest month of the year in Crimea. The average temperature for the month is -4°C, with daytime highs of -1°C and evening lows of -7°C. The hours of sunshine per day increase this month to 3 hours per day. Precipitation for the month drops to 60mm over nine days.
March is the first month of spring. This means that average temperatures are on the rise, reaching 1°C this month. The high temperatures reach 4°C during the day with low temperatures of -3°C during the evening. Sunshine is on the rise during spring, reaching a total of 4 hours of sunlight per day. The average amount of precipitation for the month is drops further to 51mm over ten days.
In April, the average temperatures increase dramatically to 9°C. The daytime highs reach 14°C and drop to lows of 4°C. Hours of sunshine continue to increase this month, to a total of 6 hours per day. As the spring months continue the amount of precipitation decreases. In April, there is just 33mm of rainfall over a total of ten days in the month.
The last month of this season brings much warmer temperatures. The average daily temperature in May is 16°C, reaching high temperatures of 21°C and low temperatures of 10°C. The humidity rate for the month is 63%. The hours of sunshine per day increases even further, with 8 hours of sunshine recorded per day. Precipitation during this month reaches 34mm over a total period of nine days.
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