The climate in Ukraine is very variable, with cold winters and warm summers. It rarely gets really warm here. The warmest and rainiest main region is the south. The coldest in the West. The best time to travel is from May to September due to the warmer temperatures. From December to February, winter sports enthusiasts will find their favorite weather conditions.
Weather ukraine today
The Luhansk weather station reported its coldest day in 68 years. In January 2006, the temperature here dropped to -30.9 °C. Lugansk is located at an altitude of 62 meters above sea level. The coldest winter (January-March) occurred in 1954, with an average temperature of -7.8°C. In Ukraine, the three-month period is usually about 7.1 degrees above -0.7 °C. Most of the precipitation occurred in July 1991. The Chernivtsi weather station recorded 10.4 mm of precipitation per day, the highest monthly average in the past 68 years. Incidentally, the region with the most rainfall throughout the year is around Lviv. The driest area is near Heniches'k.
Ukraine weather forecast today
The Ukraine weather map below shows the forecast for the next 12 days. Use the slider below the weather map to control the animation. Select from other forecast maps (right) to see large-scale animated temperature, cloud cover, wind, and precipitation for the country. You can also get the latest temperature, weather and wind observations from live weather stations under the Live Weather section. Only these 4 weather stations across the country report continuous temperature values for the period 1981-2021 (Kharkov, Odessa, Simferopol, Kyiv). From these weather reports, we create long-term historical records showing average monthly temperatures. The hottest month of the entire period was August 2010 with a temperature of 25.7 °C. February 1985 was the coldest month with an average temperature of -10.7°C.