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Climate of Lithuania

Lithuania climate is influenced by a number of factors including its geographical location, its proximity to the sea and the altitude at which the country is located. The climate of Lithuania varies a lot.
It exhibits maritime influences owing the presence of the Baltic Sea. The rest of the sides which are not close to the sea and are almost landlocked experience a continental climate. Overall the climate of Lithuania is does display extreme weather conditions and can well be considered as mild. The coastal regions experience a drop in the temperature during the month of January. The temperature at this point dips and is around 1.6 degree Celsius. In the course of the next six months, the temperature witnesses a gradual increase and comes to about 17.8 degree Celsius in July. The capital of Lithuania also records similar temperatures. The average annual precipitation levels amount to about 717 millimeters of annual rainfall. Lithuania was once under a thick forest cover. Incessant deforestation has resulted not only in the deterioration of the soil cover, but also affected the climate of the region. The amount of annual rainfall has been affected by it. The months of January and February are the winter months in Lithuania. Climate of Lithuania thus remains pleasant all round the year.

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