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Turkey’s summer atmosphere
Turkey is characterized by its changing semi-continental Mediterranean climate, as it is affected by the sea from the north, south, and west, and mountains cover large areas of the country, and the influence of the sea and mountains varies over the interior and coastal regions, and the country is affected by typical winter rains, and because the country is located on a high Its winters are cold, and its summers are dehydrated, so there are major discrepancies between winter and summer temperatures.
It is worth noting that the summer of Turkey is usually hot. In July, the high mountainous regions exceed 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 degrees Celsius), and in the Aegean and Mediterranean seas the temperature reaches 77 degrees Fahrenheit (25 degrees Celsius), and it reaches 86 degrees Fahrenheit (30 ° C) in the southeast, and the terrain also plays a role in the amount of precipitation, so that the interior receives the largest raindrops, which has an annual rate of 305-406 mm, while the higher areas of the Pontus region and the Taurus Mountains receive more than 1000 Millimeter.
Climate of Turkey
The climate of the southern coast of Turkey follows the Mediterranean climate, as the coastal climate in the Aegean Sea is similar to the far north of Izmir with the climate of the Turkish southern coast, and the average temperature in these areas is 63-68 degrees Fahrenheit (17.22-20 degrees Celsius), and the ratio ranges The annual rain is from 58-130 cm, and the Black Sea coast is considered relatively moderate, with a temperature of 57-60 degrees Fahrenheit (13.89-15.56 ° C), and it is considered humid, as the precipitation rate ranges between 71-249 cm, and the plateau Central Anatolia is characterized by its hot summers and cold and dry winters, with an average annual temperature E 46-54 degrees Fahrenheit (7.78 – 12.22 degrees Celsius), and the annual precipitation rate is 30-75 centimeters, while in the eastern region of Turkey it is cooler, with temperature ranging from 39-48 degrees Fahrenheit (3.89-889 degrees Centigrade), while the average precipitation is 41-51 centimeters, while the central region is characterized by its warmth, with a small percentage of precipitation falling on it, especially during the late fall and winter months.
Turkey is located in a large geographical location in the Mediterranean where moderate climatic conditions, the diverse nature of natural features, and the presence of mountains that run in parallel with the coasts, leads to large differences in climate from one region to another, while coastal areas enjoy a more moderate climate, while the interior areas of a plateau Anatolia has a hot summer, and a very cold winter with limited precipitation, as is Istanbul and around the Sea of Marmara where the climate is mild in summer (27 degrees Celsius), but temperatures in the winter can drop below zero, while the western Anatolia region has a Mediterranean climate Moderate with average grades The temperature of 9 degrees Celsius in the winter, and 29 degrees Celsius in the summer, as the southern coast of Anatolia is noticed there is a similar climatic condition, while the climate of the Anatolian Plateau is the climate of the steppe, and therefore there is a large difference in temperature between day and night, and the average temperature there It is 23 ° C in the summer, and -2 ° C in the winter, while the climate in the Black Sea region is humid in the summer 23 ° C, and the winter 7 ° C in the East Anatolia region. The temperature in the winter is -13 ° In summer and 17 ° C in southeast Anatolia, the summer is hot and dry, with temperatures Above 30 ° C.