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What is the climate of Italy in a climate map?

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I just went and it was 100 degrees! SJohnson. Orlando, fl.
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In the summer time the northern parts of Italy are warm with a little rainfall. The central region is usually humid, and the southern part scorches under dry heat. Look here for more
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1. Discern temperature from either the number over your city (if you live in a major city) or from the color over your region. For example, the map you're looking at might color code
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Italy's climate is primarily predominantly Mediterranean; Alpine in far north; hot, dry
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