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Lassan, Germany
Lassan, Germany | © Piotr stalęga

Current water temperature in the Baltic Sea. Historical and statistical data. Forecast of changes in water temperature in the Baltic Sea.

Current water temperature in Baltic Sea

#minimal
39°F
#average
44°F
#maximum
48°F

At the moment on the beaches in Baltic Sea the water temperature is very low and not suitable for swimming.

Baltic Sea: countries

We track and show sea surface temperature in the following countries and regions related to this sea:

Baltic Sea: water temperature data

Bathing comfort is also affected by air temperature, wind or precipitation. All this data you can see on the page of each location. To do this, you can use the search or view all locations in a region, country, state or coastline of a particular part of Earth.

Rewal, Poland
Rewal, Poland | © wojtek k

The warmest water in Baltic Sea was recorded today in Szczecin. The water temperature in this location is 48°F. And the coldest in Parnu, its value 39°F.

The water temperature in Baltic Sea has risen both over the past week and over the month. The general trend can be seen on the graph. It shows the change in the average water temperature, calculated at all points in Baltic Sea over the past two months.

Indicators of changes in water temperature values throughout the year are important. For the two most popular swimming location in Baltic Sea, the annual schedules look like this:

Baltic Sea: general information

Saltsjobaden, Sweden
Saltsjobaden, Sweden | © Docked Fire

The Baltic Sea is an inland sea located in northern Europe. The sea washes ten countries at once, including Russia, Latvia and Lithuania. Such resorts as Kaliningrad, Palanga, Jurmala and Gdansk are located on the shores of the Baltic Sea.

The Baltic Sea climate has a pronounced continental character. The peculiar configuration of the sea and its considerable length from north to south and from west to east create differences in climatic conditions in different regions of the sea.

The Icelandic minimum, as well as the Siberian and Azores anticyclones, have the most significant influence on the weather. The nature of their interaction determines the seasonal features of the weather. In autumn and especially winter time, the Icelandic minimum and the Siberian maximum interact intensively, which enhances cyclonic activity over the sea. In this regard, in the autumn-winter time, deep cyclones often pass, which bring with them cloudy weather with strong southwestern and westerly winds.

In summer, weak to moderate winds blow mostly westerly, northwestern and southwestern. They are associated with the cool and humid summer weather characteristic of the sea.

The water temperature in the Baltic Sea warms up above 20 degrees only at the end of June. But its maximum values ​​still rarely exceed 22 degrees throughout the summer. The sea cools down slowly, in September you can still swim a little, the temperature at the end of the month drops to 17 degrees.

Below is information about the current water temperature, the current trend of its change, information about the weather in selected locations in Baltic Sea.

CityWaterAir
Gdansk44°F41°F
Gdynia43°F41°F
Kolobrzeg44°F41°F
Swinoujscie47°F44°F
Kaliningrad43°F41°F
Sopot44°F41°F
Ustka43°F40°F
Mielno43°F39°F
Zelenogradsk44°F42°F
Wladyslawowo43°F41°F
Puck43°F41°F
Miedzyzdroje46°F44°F
Dziwnow45°F43°F
Jurmala40°F42°F
Hel44°F41°F

Find out the temperature of sea water in more than 12000 cities and resorts around the world. Water surface temperature values are available in real time. There is a forecast of water temperature changes for the next few days, as well as historical data of sea surface temperature are available for all days of the last years.

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