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Romania, situated in south-eastern Europe, has a brief coastal shores on the Black Sea. It is landlocked by Hungary, Montenegro and Serbia on the west, by Moldova on the east and Ukraine in the north.
The Romania weather is primarily of the continental type of weather with warm summers and chill, snowy winters that is similar to the climate of the steppes in Ukraine.

Rainfall in Romania is quite low with exception to the places lying at a high altitude in the Carpathians. Springs and summers have frequent rainfalls. Precipitation in winter occurs in the form of snow mostly. In the winter in Romania, the plains lie under a veneer of snow for about 30-40 days in the year while snow remains frozen on the mountains for around 100 days approximately. The Romania weather in winter affects the coastal areas of the Black Sea mostly mildly.

The season of spring in Romania lasts only for a short while. In the summer in Romania, there are hot and dry winds blowing from the east over the eastern and northern plains that can cause drought in the regions. Romania weather in general has a sunny and warm summer. There is sunshine for about 9-10 hours a day approximately. On the contrary, the winters have sunlight only for a couple of hours in the day.

But Romania weather has no fixity and may change any time of the year and may also vary from one year to the other.



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