See the Bol weather forecast for today, tomorrow, and the day after tomorrow weather. Temperature, wind, rain, and pressure. See everything you need to be ready for the next few days.
Bol has a mild Mediterranean climate, with mild winters and warm summers that feature daily afternoon thermal wind called Mestral. Daily Mistral from Spring to Autumn is the main reason why Bol is the best destination for windsurfing and kitesurfing in Croatia.
Bol has a specific micro-climate due to the Vidova Gora mountain just above. Vidova Gora is 780 meters high and makes the island Brac the highest of all Croatian islands. Most of the rain clouds get stuck up there and the rain just circumvents Bol. It might be raining all over the island, but not in Bol. Even when it rains in Bol, it is normally short showers and long rainy days are a true rarity. Most days throughout the year in Bol are sunny and warm. Average temperatures in the Summer months are well over 25° Celsius (70°F) with sea getting as warm.
The coldest time in Bol is the end of January until March, at which time a strong north wind called Bura brings the cold from the mainland. When talking cold, we are talking averages of 9°-11° Celsius (48-52°F). Cold in Bol means T-Shirts until Christmas.
Minus temperatures of 1°-3° Celsius (27-30°F) happen once or twice every couple of years, just overnight and always either end of January or February.
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3 day Meteogram Bol weather forecast
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Europe’s long term spring and summer 2022 forecast
Europe spring 2022 forecast:
Mostly very warm and dry, late storm activity not so much extreme such as in Central Europe and Balkan. Problems with drought, early heatwaves. Early summer days above +25°C and tropical days above +30°C. In the Mediterranean in May 2022 +40°C and higher heatwaves. May with a lot of hot days.
Europe summer 2022 forecast
Europe is expected to have warmer/hotter than average summer over much of the continent, except for parts of northern and northwestern Europe.
Drought summer conditions are increasingly likely over western and south-central Europe.
Source: *Summer forecast 2022* First look at Summer reveals a scorching season is developing for the United States and Europe, as the La Nina still persists » Severe Weather Europe (severe-weather.eu)