What Is the Climate like in Italy?

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The climatic conditions in Italy are greatly influenced by the sea or the Alpine mountains. The country has moderate temperatures throughout the year which are cooler towards the Alps. Summers are usually sunny and dry inland while winters are generally cold.
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The climate in Italy varies depending upon what part of the country you are in. In the southern part of Italy the temperatures are milder. The winter months there (Dec.- April) have temperatures of 50-60.
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