Hungary has a temperate climate which means that temperatures in the summer are high. In general, almost every day 25 degrees Celsius and there are days when even the temperature is above 35 degrees Celsius. The highest temperature ever measured in Hungary was on July 20, 2007 in Kiskunhalas and was 41.9 ° C. The nights are especially at Lake Balaton very sultry. In the interior you can have some pretty cool nights. Now and then it can also be something worse again with a single thunderstorm. The winter cold is good. The low of Hungary is situated on February 16, 1940 in Miskolc-Görömbölytapolca with -35.0 °C. The rainfall varies from 500 to 600 mm in the plains and from 600 to 800 mm in hilly areas. Hungary has about 1785 hours of sunshine annually. The coldest month is January (-1), while the warmest month is August with an average of over 21 degrees.