What’s the weather like in Krakow in September?
September marks the start of autumn in Krakow, which means the warm weather of the summer begins to cool down. You’ll still get lots of sunshine per day, but temperatures usually don’t reach any higher than 19°C.
Krakow weather in September is mild and sunny, which is great if you prefer a cooler climate on holiday. The city is located in the south of Poland and is very near the border of the Czech Republic. The oceanic climate is usually very cold in the winter but slightly warmer in autumn, which is great if you want to avoid the chilly temperatures that begin to creep in towards November.
September has an average temperature of 14°C with evening lows of 9°C. In the afternoon, temperatures peak at 19°C, which is great for exploring the city and taking day trips to other regions in southern Poland. There are almost five hours of sunshine per day, which doesn’t seem like much but it’s plenty of time to do some sightseeing before dark. You can expect an average rainfall of 45mm, which means there are 14 days of rain over the month.