Expat Guide to Montenegro
The climate of Montenegro is Mediterranean on the coast, with heavy rains from September to April, while moving inland it becomes progressively more continental, with colder winters, also due to the higher altitude.
Temperature varies greatly with elevation. Montenegro's mountainous regions receive some of the highest amounts of rainfall in Europe.
The best time to visit Montenegro goes from May to September.
Sep-Oct-Nov – good weather, not a rainy season
Dec-Jan-Feb – rainy season, bad weather
Mar-Apr-May – good weather, not a rainy season
Jun-Jul-Aug - tourist season, very hot, a lot of people
Podgorica, lying near sea level, is hottest spot in the country having the warmest July temperatures.
In Podgorica, summer can be uncomfortably hot, so that the temperature can reach 40 °C (104 °F), especially in July and August, therefore it's better to choose May, the first half of June, and September.Average tempretures in Podgorica, Montenegro
Hours of sun per day and number of rainy days per month in Podgorica, Montenegro