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Dubrovnik

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Rovinj

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Zadar

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Rovinj

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Pag

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Sibenik

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Rijeka

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Pula

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Baskc

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Biograd

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Zagreb

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Split

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Labin

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Cres

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Osijek

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Korcula

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Weather forecast in Croatia

Croatia longterm forecast

Most of Croatia has a moderately warm and rainy continental climate as defined by the Kppen climate classification. Mean monthly temperatures range between −3 C (27 F) (in January) and 18 C (64 F) (in July). The coldest parts of the country are Lika and Gorski Kotar where a snowy forested climate is found at elevations above 1,200 metres (3,900 ft). The warmest areas of Croatia are at the Adriatic coast and especially in its immediate hinterland, which are characterized by a Mediterranean climate since temperatures are moderated by the sea. Consequently, temperature peaks are more pronounced in the continental areas: the lowest temperature of −35.5 C (−31.9 F) was recorded on 3 February 1919 in akovec, and the highest temperature of 42.4 C (108.3 F) was recorded on 5 July 1950 in Karlovac.

The mean annual precipitation is 600 to 3,500 millimetres (24 to 140 in) depending on the geographic region and prevailing climate type. The least precipitation is recorded in the outer islands (Vis, Lastovo, Bievo, and Svetac) and in the eastern parts of Slavonia; however, in the latter case it is mostly during the growing season. The most precipitation is observed on the Dinara mountain range and in Gorski Kotar.

The prevailing winds in the interior are light to moderate northeast or southwest; in the coastal area, the prevailing winds are determined by local area features. Higher wind velocities are more often recorded in cooler months along the coast, generally as buras or less frequently as siroccos. The sunniest parts of the country are the outer islands, Hvar and Korula, where more than 2,700 hours of sunshine are recorded per year, followed by the southern Adriatic Sea area in general, northern Adriatic coast, and Slavonia, all with more than 2,000 hours of sunshine per year.

source: wikipedia / Croatia weather