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The Weather and Climate in Lithuania

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From warm to cozy atmosphere of Lithuania, you can never resist to love her average temperature. The country’s climate is transitional between maritime and continental; suitable for different kinds of activities—from outdoor driving to snowmobile safari.

Lithuania experiences mild variations of temperatures. The coldest month is January, with an average temperature of -2.5 °C while the warmest month is July, with an average temperature of 17 °C perfect for hiking and other land sports. In Vilnius, the capital city of Lithuania, in January and July, the average temperatures are -6 °C and 16 °C, respectively.

A warm summer day in Lithuania is spent mostly outdoors; with a frequent 20°C temperature and the warmest 30°C-35°C, perfect for spending time with the sun’s  touch of warmth. Who wouldn’t want a sun-kissed, skin? The waters are also ready for fishing hobbyists, be it on a bright day, or a temperate afternoon.

Prepare for the snowball fights, winter moments in Lithuania occur every year with recurrent snowing from October to April. Almost every winter, an average of -20°C takes place. Winter at its peak temperature is -34°C in the seaside and -43°C in the east of Lithuania. Get your boots, jackets, coats, gloves, snowsuits, hoods, and earmuffs ready for this body-freezing season.

The best time to visit the beautiful country of Lithuania is on May-September when average temperatures are 20°C-25°C at daytime and 4°C-15°C at nights—just the right period to spend time with friends savoring the beauty of Lithuania’s landmarks.

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