Weather in Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan has a sharply continental climate. Basically, the hottest climate in the south of the country, and the coldest in the north. In the northern part of Uzbekistan, the average temperature in December is -8 ° C (18 ° F) and 0 ° C (32 ° F) in the southern part.
However, due to sudden fluctuations, the temperature may drop to -35 ° C (-31 ° F). In summer, the temperature can reach 45 ° C (113 ° F) and higher. Humidity is low.
Spring (April to June) and autumn (September to October) are mostly the most pleasant seasons for travel. Autumn is harvest time, and markets are filled with fresh fruits. For those who enjoy hiking, the summer months will be the best time, because the summer in Uzbekistan is almost dry.
In recent years, the climate of Uzbekistan has changed markedly due to global warming and the drying out of the Aral Sea, after which the snowy cold winters become soft with less rain, allowing to travel in the winter.