Ukraine lies in temperate climatic zone influenced by moderately warm, humid air from the Atlantic ocean. Winter in the West is much weaker than in the East. In the summer, on the other hand, the East often experiences higher temperatures than in the West. Average annual temperatures range from about 42 to 45 ° F (5.5 to 7 ° C) in the North to about 52-55 ° F (11-13 ° C) in the South. The average temperature in January, the coldest month, is about 26 ° F (-3 ° C) in the South-West and about 18 ° F (-8 ° C) in the North-East. Average value in July, the hottest month, is about 73 ° F (23 ° C) in the Southeast and 64 ° F (18 ° C) in the North-West. Precipitation is uneven, two to three times more than during the cold seasons. Maximum precipitation usually occurs in June and July and the minimum in February. Snow falls mainly in late November and early December, the accumulation varies in depth from a few inches in the steppe region (in the South) to several feet in the Carpathians. Western Ukraine, especially Carpathian region receives the highest annual precipitation - more than 47 inches (1,200 mm). Lowlands along the Black sea and in Crimea, by contrast, receive less than 16 inches (400 mm) per year. The remaining areas of Ukraine receive 16 to 24 inches (400-600 mm) of precipitation. The city of Ternopil can be an ideal place for a holiday or permanent residence. Children's Playground on the Boulevard Kulish is transmitted through the lens web cameras around the clock. Access to videos is absolutely free and is a great opportunity to assess the place and its climate.
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