Dubrovnik has hot, sultry, moderately dry summers and mild to cold, wet winters. From October to April, the bura wind blows cold gusts along the Adriatic coast and stormy conditions are common all year round, even in summer, when they interrupt the warm sunny days. Obviously, the best time to visit the Croatian city is in the spring and, even better, during the summer, to also enjoy beach holidays.
Winters are among the mildest of any Croatian city, with daytime temperatures around 13 °C (55 °F) in the coldest months. Snow in Dubrovnik is very rare.
The hottest months of the year in Weather Dubrovnik are August and July, when the monthly average temperature reaches 29 °C, while the coldest months of March, December, January and February the thermometer drops up to 6 °C.
In Weather Dubrovnik rainiest months of the year are December and November during which monthly rainfall average reaches 198 mm. On the other side, driest months are August and July when the average rainfall is reduced to 26 mm per month.
May, June, July and August are sunniest months of the year. During that months, from sunrise to sunset there are 13 total light hours in Weather Dubrovnik. In November, January and December daylight hours are reduced to 5.
Months of the year when sea water is warmer are July and August, average temperature is around 25 °C.