Crimea Weather Map
The map below shows high and low temperatures (in Celsius) and precipitation, if any, for the current day. The darker green area corresponds to the Crimean Mountains, and the light blue marks the Black Sea. Here is a map of Ukraine for reference.
To view forecasts in English, click the circles by the locations on the map or in the list below the map.
Climate of Crimea
With a combination of maritime and continental influences as well as substantial differences in elevation, Crimea's climate is quite varied. The narrow south coast can be said to have a true Mediterranean climate -- albeit colder in winter -- with most precipitation falling during the winter months. Climate in the Crimean Mountains depends on elevation and whether the location is to the south or north of the main watershed. Conditions are quite changeable, with stable weather only during the high summer months and the dead of winter. Otherwise, rain and sunshine come and go quite unpredictably, and the forecasts are almost always off. A general rule is that the sun always shines for at least a few hours each day. The north side of Crimea shares the same weather patterns as the rest of Ukraine, but is somewhat warmer and drier due to its more southerly location. Snow is fairly common in winter but generally doesn't stick around for long. The higher mountains usually have snow through the end of March.