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Turkish Weather

With such a large landmass, Turkey enjoys a variety of climates, earning the country the nickname ‘the land of four seasons’ (In Turkish: dort mevsim). From the temperate climate of the Black Sea region, where 80% of the world’s hazlenuts are produced, to the continental climate of the interior, and the Mediterranean climates of the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts, Turkey’s weather systems are geographically diverse.

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Marmara, Aegean, and Mediterranean coasts:

These coastal regions have a typical Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters. The swimming season becomes shorter the further north one goes: South Aegean and Mediterranean April to October.

Black Sea Coast:

Temperate climate with warm summers, mild winters, and relatively high rainfall.

Central Turkey:

These areas have a steppe climate with hot, dry summers, cold winters.

Eastern Turkey:

Long snowy, cold winters with mild summers.

Southeast Turkey:

These areas have a hot summer with mild, rainy winters.

Average Air Temperature in Turkey in Degrees Celsius
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Average Sea Temperature in Turkey in Degrees Celsius
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If you work better in Fahrenheit, please visit this temperature conversion page.

If you would like to check what the weather is currently doing in Turkey, please take a look at a Turkish Weather Forecast.


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