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Sweden Climate



Sweden has a continental climate, and is generally temperate due to offshore Gulf Stream waters, though there can be a medium to large variations in temperature between summer and winter. Winters are very cold, and most of the Norrland experiences cold temperatures for about seven months, with a summer of less than three months, while the southern region of Skane has a short, cold winter of only two months with a four-month long summer.


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