Georgia’s climate is affected by
subtropical influences from the west and continental influences
from the east. The Greater Caucasus range moderates local climate
by serving as barrier against cold air from the north.
Warm, moist air from the Black
Sea moves easily into the coastal lowlands from the west.
From May to July, early September
and mid-October – generally is warm and sunny.
On average the warmest months are July and August – the average
temperature throughout the country is +24 - +30, but it can be very
humid as well, with temperature 40 degrees Celsius.
On average the coolest months are December and February – the
temperature drops below freezing.