Weather in Poland

Poland is a country in the humid continental climate zone (also known as transition climate).
The average summer temperatures between 16 ° C and 20 ° C in winter, while the average temperature varies between -6 ° C and 0 ° C. The warmest cities in Poland due to the average annual air temperature is Tarnow, Legnica, Wroclaw and Slubice.
Average rainfall is around 600 mm per year. The distribution of rainfall during the year is uneven, two thirds of the annual rainfall is in summer . Most rainfall recorded in July. Poland is a country where snow can appear already the end of October, and  ended in March. Today, however, in Poland, the winters are far milder than in the past, when the temperature in December during the day regularly reached -15 degrees.