What is the overall climate: is it extremely hot or cold, wet or dry, at any time of year, for example?
Winters in Ljubljana can be pretty gray. It sits in a valley and the fog just stays. Once you get over the mountains you've got sunshine. - May 2016
Summers are warm but with lots of rain. There are not so many days when it does not rain at least an hour in the afternoon. It's very humid. Winters are sometimes cold with snow but often just cool and grey, very humid, with fog which stays sometimes for weeks. - Jul 2014
Crazy. It changes a lot. Winters can get very cold and can easily reach -15 Degrees Celsius. The snow covers the city around 50 days a year. The spring is beautiful and the summer can offer warm days, with temperatures above 30 Degrees Celsius. - Aug 2011
Four seasons, with some snow in the winter. It tends to be very foggy in the fall and it is very rainy. Ljubljana is foggier than the rest of Slovenia, so when it gets too gloomy, it's not that hard to escape. - Jun 2011
Lots of rain. Cold for most parts of the year. Lots of fog and many overcast days. - Mar 2011
All four seasons with their text book weather patterns. Never leave the house without sunglasses and an umbrella. If winter has you down, you can either go skiing in the Alps or drive an hour away and be in Italy where it always seems to be a bit warmer. - Jun 2010
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