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Moscow

Russia is the largest country in the world. Its territory covers several climatic zones. But one key feature of the Russian continental climate is long and very cold winters with hot summers.

Moscow is also located within the continental climate zone and experiences very hot and humid summers: the hottest month of the year is July with temperatures averaging 18 ° C (but temperatures can reach 37 ° C in August).
Moscow winters are long and cold. The average temperature in January is -10 º C, but temperatures can drop as low as minus 40 º C.  It usually snows in Moscow from November until April. Spring and autumn tend to be very short as temperatures rise very quickly in April and drop just as quickly in October.


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