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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geography_of_Mongolia

Climate[edit]. See also: Climate. Mongolia map of Köppen climate classification.

www.weatheronline.co.uk/reports/climate/Mongolia.htm

Mongolias climate can be described has highly continental dominied climate with warm summers and long, dry and very cold winters. Known as "the land of blue sky", Mongolia is a very sunny country and has usually about 250 sunny days a year. The country has the world's most typical continental climate with extreme ...

www.climatestotravel.com/climate/mongolia

Mongolia climate guide. Weather averages, sunshine, and tips on the best time to visit.

www.selenatravel.com/80/mongolia_climate

Mongolia climate is sharp continental, decided by the harsh cold of Siberia and isolation from the world waters. This page tells you more about climate of Mongolia or weather of Mongolia and temperature in Mongolian tourism season. Mongolian Climate is one of extremes - hot summers and freezing cold winters. Known as ...

weather-and-climate.com/average-monthly-Rainfall-Temperature-Sunshine-in-Mongolia

Average monthly Weather and Climate information for Mongolia in charts. Select a destination on this page and find the best time to go to Mongolia.

www.britannica.com/place/Mongolia/Climate-and-soils

Climate and soils. Situated at high latitudes (between 41° and 52° N) and high elevations (averaging about 5,180 feet [1,580 metres]), Mongolia is far from the moderating influences of the ocean—at its nearest point some 435 miles (700 km ) west of the Bo Hai (Gulf of Chihli). Consequently, it experiences a pronounced ...

mongoliatravel.guide/useful_information/view/weather-climate

Because it is landlocked, Mongolia has a continental climate prone to extreme temperature swings. Mongolians say Mongolia has four seasons: summer, autumn, winter, and spring. Western expats joke that Mongolia has four seasons, alright: June, July, August, and winter. Because spring and autumn seem so short (noted ...

countrystudies.us/mongolia/34.htm

Mongolia Table of Contents. Mongolia is high, cold, and dry. It has an extreme continental climate with long, cold winters and short summers, during which most precipitation falls. The country averages 257 cloudless days a year, and it is usually at the center of a region of high atmospheric pressure. Precipitation is highest ...

www.discovermongolia.mn/ulaanbaatar

The average monthly temperature and precipitation in Ulaanbaatar , the capital of Mongolia Months Normal Warmest Coldest Precipitation.