Average weather conditions in Krakow
Polish spring arrives slowly in April, bringing sunshine after a period of alternating wintry and springtime conditions. Summer extends from June to August and is generally less humid than winter. Mild showers occasionally interrupt the dry sunny weather brought by prevailing southern winds. Polish autumn is generally sunny and warm - it's called "golden Polish autumn" because of the blaze of red, orange and golden leafs. Winter brings frequent snowfalls but relatively low total precipitation. No matter when you decide to visit Krakow there will be always a lot of to see and do - from beer gardens on the Market Square in the warm months, to all-night parties with warm beer or mulled wine in winter.
Average yearly conditions in Krakow, Poland via the BBC's Weather Centre: