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Avg weather in February
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    4 Mphavg

    Bansko weather February

    What’s the weather like in Bansko in February?

    The Bansko weather in February is ideal for winter skiing in Europe. This amazing resort in Bulgaria is crisp and cold, with lots of snowfall but good levels of sunshine to make your trip very enjoyable.

    Geographical influences

    The cold weather in Bansko in February is influenced by its location in the Pirin Mountains. The snow falls at this spot in south west Bulgaria between December and April, with frequent heavy snow during the night. The northern face of the mountains usually has the deepest snow.


    The wintery weather in Bansko this month produces an average daytime temperature of 2°C, with some occasional warmer days reaching 8°C. That’s perfect for long days skiing on the slopes in Bulgaria and even the coldest days shouldn’t fall below -1°C. You’ll love the amount of sunshine across this popular resort in the winter. Sunshine hours average an impressive four in Bansko each day, from ten hours of daylight, with the sun not setting until 5.40pm for much of the month. This town at the foothills of the Pirin Mountains gets about 27mm of rain over an average of six rain-affected days. The average wind speed is a light 5mph, although this can increase slightly on higher ski slopes.

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