The climate in Estonia is determined both by its northern location and by maritime influences. Relatively warm summers are contrasted by cold and long winters. Spring is mild, but short. In the summer months, the maximum temperatures are between 18 and 20 degrees Celsius on average, but values above 30 degrees Celsius are also reached on some days. In winter, however, temperatures between minus 3 and minus 6 degrees are the rule, extreme values around minus 25 degrees are quite possible. The difference in temperature within one year can therefore be considerable. Rainfall is distributed throughout the year, with most rain falling from July to September. In winter there is a lot of snowfall.
The best time to travel is from May to September.