Wroclaw is worth visiting at any time of the year – the climate of the warmest Polish city invites us to walk, have fun and relax.
What will the weather be like in Wrocław? This question is constantly bothering the inhabitants of the capital of Lower Silesia. Thanks to the detailed forecast, you can not only check the temperature for today, tomorrow and the following days, but also find out if rain is expected, as well as wind speed, humidity and air quality. Check the nearest weather forecasts!
What is the climate in Wrocław?
Wrocław lies in a temperate climate zone that is subject to oceanic and continental influences. In Wrocław, the warmest month of the year is July, when the average temperature is around 20 degrees C. The coldest month is January, where the average temperature is -0.5 degrees C.
Statistically, there are about 41 sunny days a year, most of which are in September, and as many as 206 cloudy, of which most is in November. That is why it is worth visiting the capital of Lower Silesia in the period from June to September, when the weather in Wrocław is the best.
Interestingly, in Wrocław there may be the so-called phonogenic phenomena, thanks to which it is possible to rapidly increase the temperature. The average annual rainfall is 620 mm, and the average wind speed is 3.1 m / s. So the weather in Wrocław is quite affordable.
Why is Wrocław warmer than in other cities?
When traveling around the country, you can easily see the difference in air temperature. Tourists coming to the capital of Lower Silesia quickly notice that it is warmer in Wrocław than in other large Polish cities. It turns out that this impression is most accurate, and Wrocław is the warmest Polish capital of the voivodeship.
Why is this happening? This is largely due to the city's location in the Odra River valley, which significantly influences the climate of Wrocław. The higher air temperature is also contributed by fen winds (i.e. warm and dry blowing from the mountains into the valleys), which largely warm the city during winter.
The warm city climate is also influenced by the typical urban and industrial conditions in most large towns. The local economy changes the physical characteristics of the substrate through the emission of artificial heat.