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THE FOUR SEASONS

The Lithuanian climate (continental humid) is comparable to that in the cities such as Moscow and Toronto. In Vilnius, the average highest daily temperature in July is 22,1 C, the average lowest daily temperature in July is 12,3 C. Average highest daily temperature in January is -3,5 C whereas lowest average daily temperature in January is -8,7 C.

Typically, there are several very hot weeks in summers (with daytime temperatures surpassing 30 C) and one or two very cold weeks in winter (with nighttime temperatures going under -20 C).

You have high chances of encountering heavy snow if you visit in January or February. The autumns are universally yellow as the leaves of every tree prepare to fall down. The springs and summers are green, although during the summer droughts everything may start gaining a yellow shade earlier.