All the Beiuşului Depression, depression and mountains, has a temperate continental climate, with clear differentiation between depression and mountains. The entire area is under the influence of western air masses, wetter and warmer, coming from the Atlantic °Cean. Winter is influenced by humid air masses from the Arctic and Baltic Sea and summer is influenced by warmer air masses, from Africa and from the Mediterranean Sea.
There is an exchange of air through the valley and mountain breezes ridge between depression and mountain.
In Beiuşului Depression the average values are around 10 ° C, gradually decreasing in mountainous regions. Thus, the annual average temperature at Beiuş is 10,5°C, the coldest month of the year, January, being characterized by a value of 1,5°C and the hottest month, July, by the value of 21,2°C.
At Ștei (formerly named Dr. Petru Groza ), the annual average value is 9,7°C, with the coldest month having -0,9°C and hottest month, 19,8°C. Small differences between the two towns are given by their different altitudes, Beiuş at 197 m, 250 m Stei, and their different position in the depression and in the mountains. At Holod, the average is 10,2°C, the coldest month with -1,2o C and the hottest month with 21,0°C.