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Agata Fusiarz


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Agata Fusiarz

  1. 1. Agata Fusiarz Klasa 6c Szkoła Podstawowa nr 11 w Warszawie
  2. 2. topography It is located in the east-central part of Europe the country's geographical location determined by sub-tropical air from the south. cold polar air from Scandinavia and Russia influenced by The climate in Poland maritime elements oceanic air currents from the west moderate climate with both continental elements
  3. 3. The weather tends to be capricious and the seasons may look quite different in consecutive years the eastern and southern part of the country continental climate with • harsh winters • hotter, drier summers the northen and western Poland maritime climate , with • Gentle, humid winters • cool, rainy summers
  4. 4. spring summer early spring autumn fall winter early winter
  5. 5. the average daily air temperature ranges from 0°C to 5°C it is one month with alternating wintry and springlike conditions usually comes at the end of February, even then it can be felt only in Pomerania and west Poland The highlanders have to wait for it until mid March, while in the north east early spring arrives another two weeks later
  6. 6. spring it usually lasts about 60 days it comes from the west the daily temperature ranges from 5°C to 15°C lots of sunny days and rainy as well the vegetation season begins
  7. 7. the late summer is often influenced by dry, subtropical, continental air mass that bring plenty of warm days on the average, precipitation in summer is twice that in winter with June being usually the rainiest month of the year the greatest amount of sunshine in summer is to be found on the Baltic coast hot days, when the temperature exceeds 25°C, occur from May to September begins in May and is about four months long, but its length depends on geographical region in the north it lasts about 2.5 months in the south east, centre and south west of the country it is over 3 months long. the hottest month is July with the average temperature standing at 16-19°C
  8. 8. Polish "Indian summer in mid September is a warm and sunny transition between summer and autumn early autumn is generally sunny and warm the average temperature drops to between 5 C and 15 C late autumn is a period of rainy cold weather leaves start to fall off the trees you can still feel the wafts of warmth
  9. 9. days are markedly shorter begins when the trees have lost all their leaves Temperatures drop below 5°C
  10. 10. comes in December and the frosts don't want to go away for a long time - until late February or early March is cold and cloudy. brings frequent snowstorms but relatively low total precipitation. The average temperature in January is about -4°C but it can fall as low as -35°C
  11. 11. the Icelandic low (stronger in winter) The main pressure systems that affect the weather the Azores anticyclone (more active in summer) the East Asian high in winter the changing atmospheric fronts from Asia the South Asian low in summer
  12. 12. 60 % of all windy days the winds are from the west with its diversified topography, Poland also has local winds they are typically weak to moderate, their speed ranging from 2 to 10 m/s along the Baltic coast on a cloudless summer day you can experience a pleasant sea breeze which occurs during the day and is felt about 10km inland Strong and very strong winds occur at the seaside, causing storms in the mountains, where their speed may exceed 30 m/s In the mountains there are mountain-valley winds. The best-known one is the halny, which blows in the Tatras
  13. 13. In 1901 when winds brought dust from Sahara, a black-brown rain fell 71 years later the same phenomenon was responsible for orange snow in Zakopane 1400 1200 1000 800 1400 600 400 800 750 600 750 400 200 250 0 total the Carpathians the Sudetes lowlands uplands Pomeranian and Masurian lake districts Wielkopolska and Kujawy.
  14. 14. the average annual temperature in Poland is about 8°C and varies •for the regions of Poland •depending on height above sea level •distance from the Baltic Sea the coldest spot is around Suwalki. Harsh and long winters, lasting over 4 months, earned it the name of Poland's cold pole In the summer temperatures are lower in northern Poland because of the Baltic Sea the coldest month in Poland is January. the lowest temperatures are in the mountains the hottest month is July the highest are in western and central Poland