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In the south Mediterranean country, you can forget frost, snow, and slush. But only if you live by the sea. The average temperature on the coast varies around 20 degrees, in the summer the air warms up to +35, in the coldest months — up to +5-10 degrees. In the north of Montenegro in highlands, frosts up to -15 sometimes occur, the snow cover may stay on up to five months. Summing up, the local climate is mild but diverse. Out of searing heat, you can easily get into pleasant coolness if you go from the evergreen coast to the highlands with snowdrifts and snowfalls.
The beach season starts in the middle of May, but oftentimes earlier — in April, when the water warms up to 18-19 °C. The most comfortable months for swimming — are July and August, when the water temperature reaches 26°C. In summer, the weather in Montenegro is dry and hot, it rains rarely, the beach season continues until November. However, some weather-beaten residents and tourists swim all year round. From November until March, the sea is cool, 13-15°C, but when it is +25°C in the sun, it is difficult to resist the temptation to dive into the pure turquoise water. The best time for hiking and excursions is the mellow season from September until November.
In winter the weather is changeable. A sunny day may turn into a rainy and miserable one in a matter of minutes and as well it may turn into a nice day one again. In winter months, it keeps raining for several days, the hurricane winds occur sometimes. Umbrellas are often useless at this time, but raincoats and gumboots will be most welcome. However, miserable days are quickly changed with warm ones, hence even in winter in Montenegro you can sunbathe on the beach and go sightseeing with comfort. During the day, it can be as hot as in summer in the sun, but after sunset, it becomes cool, sometimes up to 0 degrees.
It rarely snows on the coast; the snow melts at once, so by lunchtime you possibly may not guess that in the morning the weather was miserable. There may be one or two days like this in winter but more commonly they don’t occur at all. If you don’t go to the north of the country, you can only see snow in Montenegro on the mountain peaks. At the same time, at the sea you will relax under the palm trees, surrounded by blooming plants. Those who miss the snowy winter may go to Kolašin or Žabljak for one day – the ski resorts of Montenegro are situated in these cities. Snow cover reaches three meters there, besides skiing and snowboarding, the sleds, skates, and snowshoes are offered to holidaymakers.