The continental climate is demonstrated by the average temperatures, the annual average being 14.8º -6º in January and over 25º in August.
In July and August you could walk around naked 24 hours a day with no problem. The rest of the year you will need a warm jersey for the evenings. From November to April you will need warm clothing.
Sunny almost every day from June to September. It never rain. July and August still hot. Daily highs up to 30C and nightly lows 8C. Shirt sleeve weather in the days perhaps a pull-over in the evenings.
Mixture of beautiful clear, sunny winter days with overcast but cool days. Evenings noticibly much colder after the sun sets. First rains are late September or early October, can be heavy rarely last more than a day or two. Daily highs about 20C and nightly lows down to freezing. Pullover or jacket in the day, warm coat in the evening. Room heating required.
Shortage of rainfall (474 litres per year), which mainly falls between the months of October-May and is practically non-existent during Summer.
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