Country Overview For Russia
The climate in Russia is typically ranges from steppes in the south through humid continental in much of European Russia; subarctic in Siberia to tundra climate in the polar north; winters vary from cool along Black Sea coast to frigid in Siberia; summers vary from warm in the steppes to cool along Arctic coast. The terrain: broad plain with low hills west of Urals; vast coniferous forest and tundra in Siberia; uplands and mountains along southern border regions. For Moscow in January the daily average maximum temperatures is -4°C with the average minimum -9°C, while in June the average maximum is 21°C with a minimum of 11°C. The wettest month for Moscow is December with an average of 45.4mm of precipitation falling while the driest month is August with 0.0mm falling.
HISTORICAL MONTHLY AVERAGES FOR APRIL
The information presented below gives detailed historical monthly average weather conditions along with exceptional weather occurrences. To maintain relevance to current weather trends the displayed information has been calculated using data collected over the past two decades. The climate profile is taken from closest available data source to Leningradskaya.
Throughout the month of April daytime temperatures will generally reach highs of around -15°C that's about 5°F. At night the average minimum temperature drops down to around -18°C, that's -1°F.
In recent times the highest recorded temperature in April has been -1°C that's 31°F, with the lowest recorded temperature -29°C, about -20°F.
The average daily relative humidity for April is around -999%.
The Heat Index is a measure of how hot it feels when relative humidity is added to actual air temperature. From this a comfort level is calculated providing categories on how heat conditions might adversely affect someone.
Comfort Levels: Given average maximum temperatures and humidity levels generally you should not anticipate any discomfort from heat (see heat index for more information).
The average daily wind speed in April has been around 1 km/h, that’s the equivalent to about 0 mph, or 0 knots. In recent years the maximum sustained wind speed has reached 7 km/h, that’s the equivalent of around 5 mph, or 4 knots.
YEARLY TRENDS: WEATHER AVERAGES & EXTREMES
The following charts show yearly weather trends with information on monthly weather averages and extremes.
The chart below plots the average high and low temperature for each month of the year. It also shows the maximum and minimum recorded temperatures.
The chart below plots the average daily wind speed you can expect for any month. It also shows the maximum recorded sustained wind speed for each month.