What Is a Mediterranean Climate?


Mediterranean climate refers to weather conditions that are characterized by warm to hot, dry summers and mild to cool, wet winters. It normally occurs in most lands in the Mediterranean basin as part of the subtropical climate.
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Mediterranean climate
a climate having sunny, hot, dry summers and rainy winters.
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A Mediterranean climate is a climate that has summers that are very dry and winters that don't have temperatures considered freezing. There are several areas that have this climate. You can find more information here: http://www.meteorologyclimate.com/Mediterranean-climate.htm
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