FALL – September, October, November:
Fall in Poland experiences mild to cool temperatures, and people are typically still wearing warm weather clothing. Nights tend to be chilly, though, so be prepared with a light jacket. You’re also likely to experience some rain during this period, so don’t forget to pack an umbrella!
WINTER – December, January, February:
Winter in Poland gets very, very cold, so be sure to prepare accordingly if you plan to travel during this time. Bring a heavy winter coat, gloves, a warm hat, thick wool socks, and winter boots. An umbrella isn’t a bad idea either, as you may experience some rain.
SPRING – March, April, May:
Spring will start to warm up but temperatures typically remain mild to cool. Expect a lot of rain during this time, and prepare for cooler evenings. Pack plenty of layers during this season to be ready for changing temperatures.
SUMMER – June, July, August:
Summer is the best time of year to visit Poland, as the weather is nice and warm, averaging around 77 degrees fahrenheit. Pack your warm weather clothing, including shorts, t-shirts, and summer dresses to make the most of the beautiful weather.