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Weather forecast - Sunday 21 January 2018

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Weather forecast Krakow - Sunday 21 January 2018

Light Breeze
6.6 mph

West North West
wind gusts 26.4 mph

  • Precipitation: 0.3mm
  • Hours of sunshine: 2h
  • Minimum temperature: -4°C
  • Maximum temperature: 0°C
Data updated at 18:00

Weather forecast for the following days and for the weekend

Monday 22

-5°C / 2°C

Tuesday 23

-2°C / 1°C

Wed. 24

-2°C / 4°C

Thursday 25

-3°C / 5°C

Friday 26

-4°C / 3°C

Saturday 27

-3°C / 3°C

Sunday 28

-4°C / 2°C

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The climate in Krakow

Located on the Vistula River in the South part of Poland, Krakow is one of the largest cities in the country with a population of 759,137 inhabitants. From a Stone Age settlement, it became Poland’s second most important city and consists of 18 districts. Home to numerous famous museums and galleries, it was elected the European Capital of Culture for the year 2000. Legend says that it was built on the cave of a dragon killed by the mythical King Krak. Each year, the unofficial capital of Poland attracts more than 2.5 million foreign tourists, most of them coming from Great Britain. The city has an Oceanic climate. The average temperature in summertime is 20°C but often exceeds 25°C. In winter, the average temperature is set between -2°C to 0°C but sometimes drops below -5°C.