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Land and Resources, Climate

arid region, Mountainous areas, inclement weather, hot summers, mountains

The climate of Armenia varies by elevation but is predominantly dry and continental, with long, hot summers and moderate winters. The elevated plateaus, which are less sheltered by mountains than the inland plains, have more inclement weather in winter. The sun shines frequently in Armenia. Precipitation varies by location and is heaviest in autumn. Mountainous areas receive the most precipitation, in the form of rain and snow. The most arid region of the country is along the Aras River.



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arid region, Mountainous areas, inclement weather, hot summers, mountains, snow, continental, Precipitation, form of rain, elevation, country, location, autumn

 
 

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