This country experiences a maritime climate throughout most of the year, but certain times of the year will be more agreeable depending on your personal preference. The weather is largely determined by its closeness to the Baltic Sea. The summer and spring are enjoyable, and while cooler than most areas around the world, this area usually experiences, on average, a pleasant 16.4 °C. Certain days in the summer can experience 19 hours of daylight, and are known locally as the ‘white nights.’
Make sure you pack appropriately for the season so you can get the most of your outdoor adventures in Estonia. Rain is common during the spring and fall months, so make sure to pack an umbrella or waterproof jacket. In winter, the rain turns to snow, so make sure to dress warm. The wintertime in this area is unfortunately cold, as the temperature drops below zero, but this only allows for ideal skiing and other winter activity weather.
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