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The weather guide for Romania shows long term weather averages processed from data supplied by CRU (University of East Anglia) & today's weather forecast provided by MeteoBlue. Find out more about our data sources.
When is it hottest in Romania?
The hottest time of year in Bucharest, Romania is normally July. Expect maximum daytime temperatures to reach 84°F with moderate heat and humidity.
What is the wettest month in Romania?
In terms of rainfall, June usually gets the most rainfall in Bucharest, Romania with 3.0 inches on average. In June there are normally 12 days with some rain.
When is it sunniest in Romania?
The sunniest time of year in Bucharest, Romania is normally August with bright sunshine on average for 64% of daylight hours; that's 9 hours of sunshine per day.
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Compare Romania weather with the USA
Below the Romania weather chart shows average maximum daytime temperature for Romania (Bucharest) and the USA (Washington).
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Romania weather overview
Romania's climate is similar to that of the Russian plains with severe winters and warm summers. Rainfall is fairly low and concentrated in the winter months, when it is often accompanied by storms. Snow falls in the lowlands for about one month in the winter but the Carpathian Mountains can be snow-covered for up to four months.
The best place to spend the winter is on the Black Sea coast where milder conditions prevail such as at Constanta. Inland, temperatures plunge low enough to freeze the rivers. In the summer, sea level inland areas are the hottest; coastal temperatures are moderated by sea breezes while, up in the mountains, the summers are cool and rainy.
The weather can be quirky at any time of the year. Winds, roaring in from the Russian Steppes, can bring scorching droughts in the summer and icy blasts in winter.
What to pack for Romania weather
Keep summer clothes mainly light if you are visiting the coast or the lowlands but take warmer wear for the winter and the mountains. Be prepared for rain.
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