About Bucharest Weather
Bucharest has a continental climate, characterised by hot dry summers and cold winters. Due to its position on the Romanian Plain, the city's winters could get windy, even though some of the winds are mitigated due to urbanisation. Winter temperatures are often below 0ï¿½C, even though they rarely drop below -10ï¿½C. In summer, the average temperature is approximately 23ï¿½C (the average for July and August), despite the fact that temperatures sometimes reach 35-40ï¿½C in mid-summer in the city centre. Although average precipitation and humidity during summer is low, there are infrequent yet heavy and often violent storms. During spring and autumn, temperatures vary between 18-22ï¿½C, and precipitation during this time tends to be higher than in summer, with more frequent yet milder periods of rain.