Best Time To Visit Tashkent
BEST TIME TO VISIT
Tashkent sits at the confluence of the Chirchiq River and several of its tributaries and hence features a Mediterranean climate with strong continental climate influences which means the city experiences cold winters and hot summers. Thanks to the many vibrant festivities and pleasant temperatures, Spring and Autumn is considered the best time to visit Tashkent.
- Spring (March to June): The city sees a sharp change in season during the start of Spring. Cold heavy rains and sunny warm days are typical of this season. The temperatures in Tashkent range between 72 Fahrenheit at daytime and 52 Fahrenheit at nights. Spring is considered the best time to visit Tashkent.
- Summer (June to August): An average of 10 hours of sunshine everyday makes summer a great time to be in Tashkent. The days from 25 June to August 5 are the hottest and are best avoided. During summer, temperatures range between 90 Fahrenheit and sometimes increasing to 122 Fahrenheit.
- Autumn (September to November): Come Autumn and the temperatures start dropping. The precipitation starts to rise and the temperatures range between 67 Fahrenheit at daytime and 41 Fahrenheit at nights. Expect an average of 8 hours of sunshine during the months of autumn in Tashkent. Autumn is also the second-best time to visit Tashkent.
- Winter (December to February): Cold, stormy and rainy, winter in Tashkent is like no other. The coldest days are experienced from December 26 to February 5. Temperatures can drop to a freezing 28 Fahrenheit. With less than 6 hours of daily sunshine, winter is not the best time to visit Tashkent.
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Maximum rain recorded in Tashkent is 857.16 mm in April.
Months with no rains or lowest rains in Tashkent is August.
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Most humid month in Tashkent is December.
Least humid month in Tashkent is July.