Weather Overview

Montenegro is a small country on the Mediterranean and thus it has a Mediterranean climate on the coast, with alpine or continental conditions in the mountains. The distance between the coast and mountains is about 2 hours drive, and the sensation is like you are in 2 different countries.
During the summer season you could experience over 40 degrees Celsius on the coast, but if you happen to be on the mountains at the same time of the year, you’ll need a sweater at night.

Budva (Costal)

The climate in Budva is typically Mediterranean. The summers are long, hot and dry while the winters are rainy and mild. The average annual temperature is 15.5 degrees Celsius. Budva has 2.300 sunny hours per year. Comparing to Budva, differences on the coast are slight. Boka Bay has a bit more rainfall, because in the mountains above Boka Bay there is a place called Krivosije, which is the rainiest point in Europe. Bar and Ulcinj are sunnier then Budva, with over 250 sunny days per year!

Podgorica (Central)

The Adriatic Sea makes an influence on the climate of Podgorica, along the vale of River Bojana, through the Lake of Skadar. Under the influence of surrounding mountains, Podgorica has slightly changed Mediterranean climate, which is characterized by warm and hot summers and mild and rainy winters. Lot of sunshine and warmth, relatively small number of days with falls, favorable average air humidity and strong winds are the main climate characteristics, which make Podgorica the area with pleasant climate. Similar to this is also in the city of Danilovgrad, located in Bjelopavlici plain.

Zabljak (Northern)

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Source: All of our ( climate data comes from a climate model. The model has more than 220 million data points and a resolution of 30 arc seconds. The model uses weather data from thousands of weather stations from all over the world. This weather data was collected between 1982 and 2012.