With 7600 kilometres of coastline, the Italian climate is predominantly Mediterranean. July and August are hot and humid, and marked by thunderstorms that strike in the afternoons. Inland areas in the north are the most susceptible to this phenomenon. Both summers and winters are warmer and drier in the south than in the northern and central parts of Italy. The mountainous areas near the Alps experience heavy snowfall in the harsh winters.

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