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Turkey Climate, Weather in Turkey

Turkey Climate, Weather in Turkey
Istanbul, as well as the area around the Marmara Sea has a damp, Balkan climate with cool and rainy winters, and muggy summers. The hottest months are June, July and August.
Similarly, the hottest months of the year are between June and August in the Aegean and mediterranean coastline, however the weather is significantly warmer, and the weather only slightly gets better on the coastline because of the breeze. If you are not a big fan of hot weather, then the best time to visit the Aegean and mediterranean region is spring or autumn. During this time, the holiday resorts are also quieter allowing you to have a relaxing holiday.

Black Sea has a climate, which is unique compared to other parts of Turkey, as the temperature is high during summer months and the weather is significantly mild during winters, however the area is rainy for nearly nine months of the year.
The weather in Central Anatolia is warm during summer months, while being cool and dry during winter months.
Northeast Anatolia has hot summers and extremely cold and snowy winters. 

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