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Weather in Dubrovnik

Last updated 15 January 2018

Photo by Erwan Martin (Flickr)

Generally speaking, Dalmatia can be divided into two climate zones: Mediterranean and continental. Dubrovnik, has a typical Mediterranean climate.

Dubrovnik 48 hours forecast

Weather forecast from yr.no, delivered by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation

Dubrovnik has hot and moderately dry summer, while the winters are mild and wet. Summer, especially July and August are the "high season" months on the coast and on the islands with an average temperature of 28°C and an average sea temperature of 24°C. If wondering when is the best time to go, May, June, September and October still have nice weather. The sea is warm (18-20°C), although it is not unusual for a couple of continuous days of rain accompanied by the southern wind "Jugo" which locals blame their headaches on. In those months the prices are also a bit lower, but some services still/already go by winter schedules and working hours so, for example, ferry routes may be scanty.

Weather chart for Dubrovnik

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