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While everyone is enjoying the good Belarusian weather, Europe and Russia are taking to the streets for the first time in a while.
The weather in Belarus is too cold to offer the travellers pleasant warm weather. Given the humidity, the temperature feels cold for half the year, with the chance of rain and snow. It has been raining since mid-December and there has been a lot of snow since February. Weather stations report that there is a good chance of rain in the next few days, but not much more.
In Minsk 690 mm of rain fell, the rest fell in the form of snow and rain in the cold season. At least half of the snow fell in the east of the country, with the least snow falling in western Belarus, near the borders with Russia and Ukraine, and in eastern Belarus.
Although Belarus receives between 600 and 700 mm of rainfall per year, it varies between 1,000 and 2,500 mm per year. In Belarus it will be dry for up to 20 days a month, but in the summer months it is usual to rain, especially in the east of the country. August is the driest month with an average temperature of -1.5 degrees Celsius and a precipitation rate of 0.7 mm / day.
In Belarus it will be dry for 15 days a month, 1 day on average in October and 11 days from March to December. Since December, it has snowed an average of 18 days, but an average of 3 days in April. In Belarus it will be drier not only 8 days a month, but also 4 days a week in the summer months and 2 days a day in the winter months. It is dried for 20 days, and 11 days of it were dry.
The first frost may come in September, but the frosty weather is definitely forecast for early December. Due to the increasing degree days alone, the first spring blooms in Minsk can only appear at the end of October or the beginning of November or even mid-November.
The capital Minsk is located in the east of the country, on the border with Belarus and the Republic of Belarus. In November, the thermometer dropped below 0 degrees for the first time and the temperature dropped to -16 degrees, although the climate in the Northeast gets rougher the closer you get to the north. On average, temperatures in Belarus are only a few degrees above freezing, with a maximum temperature of -17 degrees. The weather in Minsk will be slightly warmer than average for this time of year, but at the end of October, early November and early December it is still only a few degrees below freezing.
The climate is comparable to that of the capital, if not slightly warmer, with the August average reaching a maximum temperature of -17 degrees, a few degrees above the average for this time of year. The thermometer rises during the day and cools down in the evening, but not as much as in the rest of Belarus.
During the year, the temperature typically fluctuates between 18AdegF and 74AdegaF and rarely falls below 1AdEGF or 85AdEGAF. The hottest day this year is 25 July with an average high of 74 AEGF and a low of 57 AdGEF; the coldest day this year is 3 February with an average low of 18 AEGF and a high of 27 AEDGF; and the warmest days of the year are 1 February, 2 February, 1 March and 4 March.
While the temperature typically fluctuates significantly from night to day, the dew point tends to change more slowly. The warmest time of the year is generally mid-July, when the maximum is 27 degrees and temperatures rarely drop below 58.6 degrees. (14.8 degrees) during the night. Although temperatures can drop at night, sweltering days are usually followed by sweltering nights, and temperatures typically vary significantly between day and night.
The cold season lasts 3 - 9 months, the dark time of the year between 3 and 9 months. The coldest season or darkest period of a year lasts 3 to 9 years, with a maximum temperature of 27.6 degrees (14.8 degrees at night) and a dew point of 6.5 degrees.
1996 was the coldest winter (January to March) with an average temperature of 7.2 degrees Celsius. The day's maximum temperature was 24.1 degrees Celsius at the time, and the weather station in Vasilevich reported the oldest day in 29 years.
The French rearguard, driven out of Vyazma by the Russians, east of today's border with Belarus, fell below freezing. Summer in Minsk was pleasant and partly cloudy, but winter was long, icy, snowy, windy and overcast. In Belarus, weather systems coming from Europe across the Atlantic met drier air from Eurasia.