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Ширнак +18°

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Идиль +23°

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Данные о погоде Турция

The Turkish weather is temperamental

Turkiye experiences climate extremes, resulting in extremely cold winters and extremely hot midsummers. Therefore, late summer, spring and autumn are the best climates to visit Turkey, allowing you to roam freely regardless of the weather.
Turkey weather and climate

The turkish weather is unpredictable

We further caution that our traveler reviews are only as good as the data that back them up, that weather conditions at any given place and time are unpredictable and changeable, and that reviews by definition reflect a specific set of preferences that may differ from These preferences do not match those of a particular reader.
Whether Ankara's policymakers realize it or not, Turkey is steadily heading toward an environmental catastrophe. Turkey's "green development revolution" will not be complete as long as the country lacks binding laws and populism, and pharaonic infrastructure projects - such as the Istanbul Canal - continue to threaten its future. The results of a 2020 Konda survey on public opinion on environmental issues in Turkey show growing awareness of climate change: around 70% of respondents consider it a serious problem. Therefore, if the Turkish government implements the necessary measures to combat climate change, it is likely to have popular support.

The turkish weather is changeable

Different regions of Turkey have different climate zones, with weather systems along the coast contrasting with those inland. The Aegean and Mediterranean coasts have cool and rainy winters and hot, dry summers. Annual rainfall in these regions varies from 580 to 1,300 millimeters (22.8 to 51.2 inches) depending on the location. In general, the eastern region received less rainfall. The Black Sea coast receives the most rainfall. The eastern part of the coast has an average annual rainfall of 1,400 mm (55.1 in), making it the only region in Turkey that receives rain all year round. Turkey's largest city enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and cold, wet winters, with varying months in between. Due to the size of the city, its location on 3 peninsulas and its location on the invisible watershed between Europe and Asia, the weather within the city can vary.