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Poland Climate



Poland has a continental climate, conditioned especially by westerly winds. Only the southern areas are humid. Summers are cool, and winters range from moderately cold to cold. The average mean temperature is about 7 C (45 F ); temperatures in Warsaw range, on average, from 6 to 1 C (2130 F ) in January and from 13 to 24 C (5575 F ) in July. Precipitation is greatest during the summer months, lasting 85 to 100 days. Annual rainfall ranges from about 50 cm in the lowlands and 135 cm (53 in) in the mountains; the overall average is about 64 cm .



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