Uzbekistan offers distinct travel experiences based on the season. Spring (April to June) and autumn (September to October) are the most comfortable times to visit. Spring ushers in a colorful, short-lived desert bloom, while autumn boasts bountiful harvests and vibrant markets. Hikers should consider June to August for dry weather.
Winters, with temperatures between -5°C and +5°C, are snowy yet enjoy more sunny days. Warm clothing, like coats and gloves, is advisable. Spring sees milder temperatures, fluctuating between +15°C and +25°C, reaching +30°C to +35°C close to summer. Light, casual clothing for the day and a jacket or cardigan for the evening are suitable. Summers can be scorching, ranging from +36°C to +42°C, calling for lightweight options like T-shirts and shorts, with sun protection. Early autumn is similar to spring, while mid-October to November brings cooler temperatures, requiring light jackets and the occasional raincoat as the weather transitions from 35°C to 15°C.