Climate of Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan The climate is considered to be sharply continental and dry. Average rainfall is equal to 100–500 mm. The amplitude of the difference between summer and winter temperatures is considered to be very large. The short-lived winters are very cold, and the summers are unbearably hot.
Regarding Kazakhstan's geographical location, it belongs to the Mediterranean. Proceeding from that, the climate varies between continental and subtropical.
As regards the southern region, there are very clearly all four seasons there. In the summer, it is very dry and hot, and in the winter, it is very cold.

In the northern part of the region, there is a clear effect of air circulation, which in due time leads to an increased flow of oceanic air masses directed from west to east.
The average annual temperature in the Republic of Kazakhstan is assumed to be positive. It is +4 °C in the north and +15.2 °C in the south.

In the spring and early summer to autumn, precipitation occurs. July and August are considered the driest months of the summertime.

Snow falls in Kazakhstan throughout its territory, with the exception of the outskirts of the southern region. There is snowfall, a rare phenomenon.

The springtime in the country lasts from April to May. The weather at this time is considered unstable. It seems like the sun is shining, but at any time, there could be a short rain. Summer temperatures can reach + 40 °C.

Autumn begins around the end of September and lasts until the beginning of November. At night, there can be frost.
Interesting facts regarding the climate in Kazakhstan

• Atbasar had the lowest temperature of -57 degrees Celsius.
• The highest temperature ever recorded was + 49 °C in Turkestan.
• Astana is considered the second coldest capital in the world.

In the eastern region, the climate is sharply continental (hot summers and cold winters). Temperatures range from + 42°C to +52°C.

In the central region, the climate is sharply continental (hot summers and winters with little snow). Temperatures range from -13S to +32C

In the southern region of the continental climate (hot summers and mild winters), Temperatures range from -15 °... + 10 °C to +49 °... +52 °C.

In the Western region, the climate is sharply continental (summer is not hot, and winters are not too cold). Thawing temperature... + 3 + 6 ° C -9 to-17 ° C.

Kazakhstan's Natural Environment

The Republic of Kazakhstan, concerning its large-scale territory, occupies the 9th place in the world. Kazakhstan is a diverse world, made up of mountains, rivers, lakes, deserts, and vast steppes. Its territory is home to numerous numbers of animals, including birds, insects, and mammals. Some of which are listed in the Red Book of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Desert Kazakhstan occupies an area of 44% of the entire territory, namely deserts (14%), grasslands (26%), and forests (5.5%).

In the central part of the Republic of Kazakhstan is located the "yellow steppe" called Sary-Arka. A little to the west is the Turgai plateau. The high Urals, Altai, and Tarbagatay, the Ustyurt plateau, and the Tien Shan highlands can all be seen from here.

The climate in Kazakhstan is considered to be continental. In the southern part of the country, the temperature in summer is + 49°C and in winter, it can drop to - 57 °C.
On the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan, more than 8,000 rivers take place. The biggest are deemed Syrdarya, Ural, Ili, Emba, Irtysh, and Balkhash. The largest lake is Balkhash. In addition, the Republic of Kazakhstan occupies the northern and eastern parts of the coast of the Caspian Sea.

There are over 6,000 plant species in the Republic of Kazakhstan, as well as 500 bird species, 180 animal species, 50 reptiles, 12 amphibians, and over 100 fish species.Even pink flamingos were seen at Lake Tengiz.

There are hares, foxes, bears, wolves, jerboa, jackals, ducks, seagulls, deer, snow leopards, mountain sheep, goats...

The nature of the Republic of Kazakhstan is considered to be very diverse. Its mountain peaks are high and harsh, and the steppes and deserts are immense.