Coniferous Forest Climate?

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A coniferous forest experiences long snowy winters and warm and moist summers. It may receive up to 75 centimeters of rain annually.
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100 degrees during summer. thats what my momma told me ?
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Bitterly cold winters characterize the coniferous forest, which spreads across formerly glaciated surfaces between 50 and 60 degrees north latitudes. The winter lasts up to six months
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Coniferous forests extend in a broad band across northern North American and Eurasia (Europe and Asia) to the edge of the arctic tundra. Another name for the coniferous forest is
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Coniferous trees grow where summers are short and cool and winters
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