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Norway climate

Sep, 28 || No Comments | Tags: ,

Despite the geographical location far north of Norway, hinterland climate is surprisingly mild.
Norway is a country located at the northern latitude in the world with navigable waters. This is because winds over the Atlantic pushed Alizee American continent and the warm currents flowing north from the Equator towards the Norwegian Sea, Norwegian coast where the angle and light directed toward the Arctic air and water helps a temperate latitudes into northern .

Norway climate varies greatly from year to year, especially in extreme northern regions, which are located on the edge of the global temperate zone. The lowest recorded temperature is – 51 ° C in Karasjok in northern Norway-Kárášjohka. The average annual temperature varies from about 8 ° C along the western coast to below 0 º C in the mountains. The coldest months are January and February and the warmest period in the country is in mid-July, while in coastal regions and the highest mountain temperatures are reached later.
The climate in Norway is different from the rest of Scandinavia. High mountain ranges dividing the country protects large areas of eastern Norway rainfall, for which there is more continental climate than would be expected for an area near the coast. In some of these regions east of the mountains, rainfall is less than 300 mm. Most rainfall caused by large fall along the West coasts, where there are regions which records maximum values ​​of 3000 mm annually.

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