One point every visitor should know about Poland’s weather is the fact that it can significantly change from day to day as well as from year to year. One winter may bring record amounts of snow, and another may be completely snowless. The country’s weather pattern is influenced by the maritime climate of the West, and the continental climate of the East. That means that there are distinct seasons.
March is the beginning of spring, and summer starts in June. Spring starts off on the cold side, but gradually warms up as May arrives. June is warm with plenty of sunshine, but heavy rains can develop most anytime. Autumn begins in September with warm, sunny days, but by November it’s cold and foggy. December, January, February, and March are the winter months with plenty of snow in the mountains. January and February are the coldest months.
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