When You should visit Azerbaijan?
Azerbaijan's climate is very diverse and shiny as well with nine climatic zones from subtropical to alpine. Weather is changing a lot due to the geological features of the country. The Caspian Sea is also one of the main reasons for this diversification. Moreover, Azerbaijan is a very sunny country with 2700 hours per year. This country has 4 seasons
Spring – one of the loved seasons at the beginning of March and to mountainous regions in April. In early spring weather is between warming and cooling but later feeling of summer increase the mood unbelievable within that frosts and short period. The end of the March plains are starting blossoming under the soft sun while in mountains nature is still in the atmosphere of winter. May is half summer and spring seasons starting and ending month. The temperature reaches 20 °C APPROX. By the ending of spring, heat comes to flatlands while in mountains there is the peak of seasonal changes of nature yet remains the certain possibility of night frosts.
Summer ----In terms of weather summer is the longest season in Azerbaijan. It is hot and dry. The average temperature of June in the lowlands is about 27 °C (81 °F) with slightly cooler coastal areas. Occasionally hot tropical air masses bring heat up to 35 °C (95 °F).
Autumn ----September in the lowlands month in terms of weather conditions. The temperature of airdrops to about 20 °C (68 °F). It is still warm but there’s no exhausting heat. In mountains, September brings actual autumn with withering and cold.
In October there is some precipitation with lesser amounts in plains and bigger in mountains. November brings another cooling and a new portion of precipitation, especially to foothills. In alpine regions snow cover forms at November. Azerbaijan is a sunny country but visiting it in November may question this statement due to the dull and cloudy nature of the month.
Winter-- Cold season id Azerbaijan is rather mild. It begins in the middle of December in plain lands and in November in the mountains. Temperature barely drops lower than 00C (320F). Severe frosts are an exception. Snow cover remains for a short period or absent at all. Foehn winds are typical for the season.
In January, the coldest month, the temperature in Asheron Peninsula is 4 °C (39 °F) and depends on altitude. At 2000 m (6500 ft.) a.s.l. it is about -6 °C (21 °F) while at 3000 (9800 ft.) -12 °C (10 °F) respectively. There is the probability of frosts with -20 °C (-4 °F) in mountains and -10 °C (14 °F) in lowlands and foothills.