Poland is situated in a moderate climate zone. There are six distinct seasons. Apart from the four typical European seasons. There are also two periods described as early spring and early winter. The seasons hardly conform to the calendar pattern. Throughout the year you can experience almost all kinds of weather. While packing, please take this into consideration.
Autumn: form September to November
This is the time when you arrive at the University. Usually from the end of September until late November the temperatures are getting lower and lower and people start to wear warmer clothes. The nights are cold with around 0-5 Degrees Celsius. It rains very often during this period, and in November you may expect snow.
Winter: from December to February
Winter in Poland can either be cold and snowy or cold and windy. You can expect very low temperatures. For winter, be sure to have warm sweaters, winter coats, hats, gloves, boots, and thick socks.
Spring: from March to May
Spring in Poland usually lasts about 60 days. The daily temperature at that time ranges from 5 to 15 degrees Celsius.
Summer: from June to August
The average temperature is 25 degrees Celsius, which makes this season the best time to travel and enjoy the beauty of Warsaw and Poland.
Time in Poland
Poland is on Central European Time Zone (GMT + 01:00)