resim Sinop Üniversitesi


Weather

As part of Asia and part of Europe, Turkey has remarkably wide climatic and geographical variations. Due to its location, surrounded by seas on three sides, Turkey as always been the centre of great trade, silk and spice routes. Today, even in the most inaccessible or isolated corners, one can easily feel and see the traces of different cultures. As Turkish landscape encompasses a vast variety of geographical zone, it has the combined characteristics of the three continents of the world: Europe, Africa and Asia.

Weather is another important consideration when you decide to study abroad. Turkey is one of the few countries in which you will enjoy the beauties of all four seasons thanks to its geographical position and climate. Being surrounded by three seas, Turkey is an ideal destination for sun and swimming in the summer and skiing in the winter.

Sinop has an oceanic climate. Sinop has warm and humid summers with an average daytime high of 26°C (78.8°F) however temperatures rarely exceed 30°C (86°F). The highest recorded temperature for Sinop was 34.4°C (93.92 °F) on 6 July 2000. The winters are cool and wet. The average for winter ranging around 5°C (41°F). The lowest recorded temperature for Sinop was -7.5°C (18.5°F) on 21 February 1985. Snowfall is quite common between the months of December and March, snowing for a week or two.

*Some of these information are concerted from studyinturkey and Turkish State Meteorological Service



sinop

adresAddress: Korucuk Köyü Trafo Mahallesi No:36 57000-SİNOP
telPhone: 0(368) 271 57 57
postae-Mail:
posta
Copyright © | T.C. Sinop Üniversitesi | Tüm Hakları Saklıdır | 2015 |