The Climate of Central Europe

The climate of central Europe is warm in summers and cold in winters .The rainfall tends to occur more in summer than in winter.

The climate of central Europe is warm in summers and cold in winters .The rainfall tends to occur more in summer than in winter.

The best example of this type of climate is Berlin. In winters , it is usual for thermometers to dip below 20 F ( -5 C ) while in summers temperatures crossing 80 F ( 27 C ) are common.

The average temperature of January for Berlin is 30 F ( -2 C) and that of July , the warmest month is 73 F ( 22 C ) compare these figures with London of 36 F ( 2 C ) and 64 ( 17 C ) respectively which falls under the climate of mild western Europe type.

The precipitation maxima is in the warmer months . For instance Berlin gets more rain in July than in January ; more rain in August than in February. This is a typical continental feature.

It must be remembered that the cities located farther inland have more extreme climate . For instance Warsaw, has low of 26 F in the coldest month and a high of 75 F ( 24 C) in the warmest month.

In short the climate of central Europe is continental with warm summers and cold winters with a summer incidence of rain.

 

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