Turkish weather (weather in Turkey) has a vast diversity depending on the diverse topography and latitude. Temperature drops from south to north because of the latitude and the climate become tougher from west to east because of the altitude.

Winters are wet and cold. Temperatures of -30 °C to -40 °C can occur in the mountainous areas in the east, and snow may lie on the ground 120 days of the year. In the west, winter temperatures average below 1 °C .

Summers are dry and hot, with temperatures generally above 30 °C in the day. The most popular tourist destinations are on the East (Aegean Sea) and South (Mediterranean Sea) coasts.

Weather in Istanbul

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Weather in Izmir

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Weather in Ankara

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Weather in Antalya

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Weather in Trabzon

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Weather in Diyarbakir

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