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Weather and climate

Filming above Ljubljana - Sunrise Average temperature in Slovenia is 21°C in July and 0°C in January. Average annual rainfall is from 800 mm (31 in.) in the east to 3,000 mm (117 in.) in the northwest. Coastal area has a typical Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. The wettest months are October, November and December. Summer days can be intensely hot, but humidity is moderate and gentle breezes ensure very cool, pleasant evenings.

Inland has continental climate, with four separate seasons. Summers are hot and dry, and winters are cold. Snowfall is common in the winter months, from December to March, and rain and fog are common in autumn. The whole area of the Alps is the border between the cooler Northern European climate and the warmer Southern European climate. At higher elevations in The Alps you can expect very cold winters with plenty of snow and warm (sometimes wet) summers. At lower altitudes the winters are cold with less precipitation, summers can be very hot. Thunderstorms are frequent at all altitudes in the late summer.

Average temperatures (°C) in different regions in Slovenia for the past 10 years

Ljubljana

Ljubljana

Pannonian region

Pannonian region

Alps region

Alps region

Mediterranean region

Mediterranean region

Dinaric and Karst region

Dinaric and Karst region

Weather details for Ljubljana (1991 – 2000 average)

Humidity (%): 74
Snowing days / snow covered: 21/48
Thunderstorm days: 46
No. of days with clear sky: 37
No. of couldy days: 134
Hours of sun: 1940
Wind frequency (%): 14,1

Sunset and sunrise

Slovenian weather may offer up to 15 hours of sunlight. In the summer the sun rises as early as 05:10 and sets around 21:00.