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Climates

Tehran:

Environmentally, the climate of Tehran province in the southern areas is warm and dry, but in the mountain vicinity is cold and semi-humid, and in the higher regions is cold with long winters. The hottest months of the year are from mid-July to mid-September.

Fars:

There are three distinct climatic regions in the Fars Province. First, the mountainous area of the north and northwest with moderate cold winters and mild summers. Secondly, the central regions, with rainy winter and hot dry summers. The third region located in the south and southeast, has moderate winters with very hot summers. The geographical and climatic variation of the province causes varieties of plants; variation of wildlife has been formed. The main native animals of the province are gazelle, deer, mountain wild goat, ram ewe and many kinds of birds.

Esfahan:

The province experiences a moderate and dry climate. The city of Esfahan however experiences an excellent climate, with four distinct seasons.

Gilan and Mazandaran:

Gilan has a humid subtropical climate with by a large margin the heaviest rainfall in Iran reaching as high as 1,900 millimeters  in the southwestern coast and generally around 1,400 millimeters. Rasht, the capital of the province, is known internationally as the “City of Silver Rains”. Rainfall is heaviest between September and December because the onshore winds from the Siberian High are strongest, but it occurs throughout the year though least abundantly from April to July. Humidity is very high because of the marshy character of the coastal plains and can reach 90 percent in summer for wet bulb temperatures of over 26 °C . The Alborz range provides further diversity to the land in addition to the Caspian coasts.The coastline is cooler and attracts large numbers of domestic and international tourists. Large parts of the province are mountainous, green and forested. The coastal plain along the Caspian Sea is similar to that of Mazandaran and mainly used for rice paddies. Due to successive cultivation and selection of rice by farmers.
Mazandaran province: The western and central plains up to the northern foothills of Alborz Mountain Range, experience the mild climate of the Caspian region.There is a moderate mountainous climate with long cold winters and short mild summers. In this region, snow covers parts of the province even up to the middle of the warm season. In fact, snow can be observed even in the warmest months of the year which lends a touch of beauty.

Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad:

The province is mostly mountainous. The mountain range is covered with oak forests. Natural springs, singing of the birds and fresh air fascinate all lovers of nature.

Khorasan:

The province benefits from the proximity of the mountains, having cool winters, pleasant springs, mild summers, and beautiful autumns.

Sistan and Baluchistan:

Has a hot desert climate with hot summers and cool winters.

East & West Azerbaijan:

East Azerbaijan enjoys a cool, dry climate, being in the main a mountainous region. But the gentle breezes off the Caspian Sea have some influence on the climate of the low-lying areas. The ideal seasons to visit this province are in the spring and summer months. The climate of the west province is largely influenced by the rainy winds of the Atlantic Ocean and Mediteranean. Cold northern winds affect the province during winter and cause heavy snow.

Kurdistan:

Is one of the most mountainous (hilly) regions in Iran and has a generally mild and quite pleasant climate throughout the spring and summer. Winters are long and can be very cold with heavy snowfalls. The province has many rivers, lakes, glaciers and caves. Kurdistan benefits from many resourceful mineral water springs.

Kermanshah:

Kermanshah has a climate heavily influenced by the Zagros Mountains, classified as a Mediterranean climate. Kermanshah experiences rather cold winters and there are usually rainfalls in fall and spring. Snow cover is seen for at least a couple of weeks during winter.

Hamadan:

The province lies in a temperate mountainous region to the east of Zagros. Hamadan has a dry summer continental climate in transition with a cold semi-arid climate with snowy winters. In fact, it is one of the coldest cities in Iran. The temperature may drop below −30 °C on the coldest days. During the short summer, the weather is mild, pleasant, and mostly sunny.

Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari:

Shahrekord enjoys a semi-arid climate with moderate summers and very cold winters the minimum and maximum absolute temperatures recorded during the last 30 years have been -32°C and -42°C, respectively. December is the coldest month and July is the hottest month. Shahrekord is the most elevated among the centers of the provinces of Iran, known as the Roof of Iran.

Khozestan:

The climate of Khuzestan is generally very hot and occasionally humid, particularly in the south, while winters are much more cold and dry. Summertime temperatures routinely exceed 44 degrees Celsius and in the winter it can drop below freezing, with occasional snowfall . Khuzestan is possibly one of the hottest places on earth with maximum temperature in summer soaring up to 55 degrees

Bushehr:

With a long coastline on to the Persian Gulf climate is more humid, but the northern part is hot and dry.

Yazd:

Is considered to have a desert climate with hot and dry summer.