Uzbekistan's climate is extremely continental. It is expressed in sharp amplitudes of day and night, summer and winter temperatures. Sunny countries have an arid nature and low relative humidity. Uzbekistan's climate is determined by its doubly landlocked location. The day length is about 15 hours in summer and at least 9 hours in winter. Uzbekistan's cold winters are especially harsh in Karakalpakstan in the north of the country. Temperatures down to -40°C! Since it bears the brunt of the Siberian winds, it is extremely cold in winter and relatively cold in mid-season. Try to go there at other times of the year, avoiding July (too hot) and March (too humid). There, head to Khiva, a beautiful oasis town in the Karakum Desert.
Tomorrow's weather in uzbekistan
The sky in Tashkent is cloudy today. Temperatures fluctuate between a high of 2°C (35.6°F) and a low of -6°C (21.2°F). The hottest time of day is between 2pm and 5pm. Today's highs are a few degrees below the average January maximum. Lows will also be a few degrees below the January average low of -1.5 °C (29.3 °F). January is the coldest month in Tashkent with an average high temperature of 6.9 °C (44.4 °F) and an average low temperature of -1.5 °C (29.3 °F). If you had to think about one thing about Uzbekistan's climate, it's the extreme temperature fluctuations! Winter and midsummer are best avoided; severe cold and scorching heat, with temperatures dropping to -60°C in the coldest season and rising to 40°C in summer.