Montenegro has three climate zones
The coastal areas have a Mediterranean climate with dry summers and hot temperatures of up to 28°C. The lowlands along the Zeta River and near Podgorica have a continental climate in southeastern Europe, characterized by hot, dry summers and mild, rainy winters, in which it is usually not colder than 4°C. The climate in the coastal areas is mild, with temperatures of up to 28°C. The climate in the coastal areas is mild and the spring begins early. The capital of Montenegro, Podgorica, belongs to the cities, also due to its boiler location, which in summer has the hottest temperatures (over 40°C) of the former Yugoslavia.
The alpine mountains form the contrast to the other regions of the country, as here the temperatures hardly exceed 22°C in summer. The first snowfalls are expected in September. Long and cold winters dominate the region from October to March with temperatures down to -7°C.
The most pleasant months for travelling in the coastal region are June to September, during which you can also go hiking in the mountains. In contrast, the months from October to the end of April/May are less suitable for holidays on the coast, as the hotels and restaurants are still largely closed.