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Now, let me answer this question in detail. Weather in general during the summertime is hot, no matter where you go in Turkey.

Everyone knows Turkey is a Hot Country during the Summer Months. What is it like during other seasons, how cold does it get in winter, what is the spring and autumn times like in Turkey, these are the questions we I'll be answering here on this page

To understand easily, imagine a House with a Roof. The roof of the House in the east of Turkey and the entrance door will be the west coast of Turkey.

Higher you go the colder it will get. With other words, east of Turkey is on a higher altitude than the west, and it is mountainous.

To give you an idea, the highest mountain of Turkey is on the east and called Agri or known as Ararat 5165 meters high where the peak is always cloudy and snowy. Therefore east of Turkey can be under heavy snowfall where many villages can be cut-off from the civilization for many months.

Black Sea Coast, North of Turkey compares to all other regions of Turkey is most of the time wet regardless of the season, will remind you a bit of English weather, hence why the entire north coast of Turkey is all year round green.

The Central part and further south-east of Turkey is probably the only regions where it does exercise the seasons in full extend. Winter periods can be harsh and dry, Summer season also dry with little rain or non.

You can tell from the above so far that Turkey is not a country where every single part or region is in spring same atmosphere place. It does have its harsh winter times and heavy rainy seasons depending on the area and time of the year.

Aegean and Mediterranean are the best with its mild winter season, and hot but humid weather makes it or can make it a lot easy to live.

Depending on the weather conditions of the region, this makes a difference in the products been produced. Whilst Tea and Nuts are the primary production of the Black Sea Coast, Citrus plantations such as Oranges, Lemons, Pomagranets are the primary products of the Aegean and Mediterranean regions. One can also tell the climate in general by simply looking at what products have been produced.

To cut it short, Summer, no matter where you go in Turkey is hot. Winter is cold and snowy in most parts of Turkey except for Aegean and Mediterranean regions where the weather during the winter is always mild, no snow, time to time it rains but in general a pleasant and like spring.

There are plateaus in every region where the locals take refuge during the long Hot summer times by moving to these high altitute settlements where the weather is very chilly and cold at nights. They stay here until the end of the summer season—the kind of like a holiday in the mountains.


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