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Climate in Turkey

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Because of Turkey's geographical conditions, the climate is categorized into 7 specific regions.
The Marmara region climate is moderate (winter 4 deg.C and summer 27 deg.C); in winter the temperature can drop below zero. Rainfall averages 668 mm per year; with temperature extremes of -16C in winter to 40C in summer. Humidty averages 73%.

The Aegean region has a mild Mediterranean climate with average temperatures of 9 deg.C in winter and 29 deg.C in summer. Rainfall averages 645 mm per year; temperatures extremes range from -8C to 43C. Humidity averages 69%.

The Mediterranean region is typified by its namesake as far climatic expectations the coastal areas are very hot and humid in summer. Temperature extremes are maximum 45C, minimum -5C; average rainfall is 777 mm.

The Central Anatolian region is a steppe climate the center of Turkey is high plateau (elevation 900m/3000 feet. (there is a great temperature difference between day and night). Rainfall is low and there is more snow. The average temperature is 23 deg.C in summer and -2 deg.C in winter. The average humidity is 62%.

The Black Sea region is wet, warm and humid and cloudy much of the time, summer 23 deg.C, winter 7 deg.C. The extremes of temperatures range from -8C to 40C, with an average humidity of 72%.

Eastern Anatolia  temperatures drop to -43C in deep winter, and rise to 38C in summer, though the annual average is just 9C. Rainfall is 560 mm.

Southeastern Anatolia is hot most of the time: up to 46C in high summer and a low of -12c .It's dry, with only 576 mm of rainfall.

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November
2018
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November
2018
Covers trips up to 60 days overseas and within Australia for 12 months
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Dependent children are covered for free, age limits apply.