Destination guide Georgia

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GENERAL DESCRIPTION.
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GEORGIA LIES AT THE EASTERN END OF THE BLACK SEA JUST TO THE
SOUTH OF THE GREAT NATURAL BARRIER OF THE CAUCASUS MOUNTAINS.
WESTERN GEORGIA HAS A HUMID SUBTROPICAL, MARITIME CLIMATE,
WHILE EASTERN GEORGIA HAS A RANGE OF CLIMATE VARYING FROM
MODERATELY HUMID TO A DRY SUBTROPICAL TYPE. WESTERN GEORGIA
HAS HEAVY YEAR-ROUND RAINFALL AVERAGING 1000 - 2000MM ANNUALLY.
THE WETTEST PERIOD IS IN AUTUMN & WINTER. WINTERS HERE ARE MILD
& WARM WITH TEMPERATURES RARELY FALLING BELOW FREEZING IN AREAS
BELOW 600M IN ALTITUDE. IN EASTERN GEORGIA RAINFALL DECREASES
AS YOU MOVE INLAND FROM THE SEA. THE ANNUAL AVERAGE IS 400 -
700MM. THE SOUTHEASTERN REGIONS ARE THE DRIEST AREAS & WINTER
IS THE DRIEST SEASON. THE HIGHEST LOWLAND TEMPERATURES OCCUR IN
JULY AVERAGING 27 DEGREES.
CLOTHING: LIGHT WEIGHT TO MEDIUM, WITH A SWEATER FOR THE
COOL EVENINGS. IN MOUNTAIN OR HILLY REGIONS WARMER WEAR
IS MORE APPROPRIATE.


TBILISI ALT 490M
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JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC
TEMP MAX C 5 6 10 17 21 26 29 29 25 18 11 7
MIN C -1 -1 2 7 12 16 19 18 15 9 4 0
RAIN MM 17 15 27 61 75 54 46 46 45 30 27 19
HUMIDITY AM 85 87 84 82 81 79 76 79 82 87 87 86
% PM 66 66 59 55 55 50 47 47 51 58 66 67
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