Armenia Weather and Climate

According to COUNTRYAAH, Armenia is a state of Southwest Asia (29,743 km²). Capital: Erewan. Administrative division: regions (11). Population: 2,972,700 residents (2018 estimate). Language: Armenian (official), Kurdish, Russian. Religion: Orthodox 92.8%, Catholics 0.5%, Protestants 1%, other Christians 0.3%, others 4.3%. Monetary unit: dram (100 luma). Human Development Index: 0.755 (83rd place). Borders: Georgia (N), Azerbaijan (E and SE), Iran (S) and Turkey (W). Member of: Council of Europe, CIS, EBRD, UN, OSCE, OAS observer, UEE and WTO.

Formerly a federated republic within the USSR, Armenia proclaimed its independence in 1991. In 1995 a new presidential constitution was approved by referendum, which provides ample powers for the President of the Republic, elected by universal suffrage direct for five years (and no more than twice). Legislative activity is carried out by the National Assembly whose members are also elected, for four years, by universal suffrage. The judiciary is based on the principles of the European system and has three levels of judgment; in 1999 the new codes of procedure came into force. The death penalty is in effect. The compulsory military service lasts 2 years. Education is also compulsory and lasts 9 years. Primary school generally begins at 7 years of age and lasts for 4 years. Secondary school starts at 11 years of age and includes a first cycle of 4 years and a second of 2. Higher education is given in various universities and academies. The educational system, based until the mid-nineties of the twentieth century. on the programs envisaged by the Soviet system, it underwent a marked reorganization after the achievement of independence, placing at the center Armenian history and cultural traditions above all. Despite these changes, the effects of the past flu are visible in the widespread literacy of the country (illiteracy in 2007 was 0.5%). The attention paid to the education of the population is a trait common to all the former Soviet republics: Armenia, as far as Asia is concerned, is the one in which the highest values ​​are recorded in the countries of the Caucasian area. the effects of the past flu are visible in the widespread literacy of the country (illiteracy in 2007 was equal to 0.5%). The attention paid to the education of the population is a trait common to all the former Soviet republics: Armenia, as far as Asia is concerned, is the one in which the highest values ​​are recorded in the countries of the Caucasian area. the effects of the past flu are visible in the widespread literacy of the country (illiteracy in 2007 was equal to 0.5%). The attention paid to the education of the population is a trait common to all the former Soviet republics: Armenia, as far as Asia is concerned, is the one in which the highest values ​​are recorded in the countries of the Caucasian area.

Temperatures, precipitation, sunshine in Yerevan (Armenia)

Jan Feb March Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Daytime temperature 1 ° C 3 ° C 12 ° C 18 ° C 24 ° C 29 ° C 32 ° C 33 ° C 28 ° C 21 ° C 13 ° C 6 ° C
Night temperature -8 ° C -5 ° C 1 ° C 7 ° C 11 ° C 14 ° C 19 ° C 18 ° C 13 ° C 8 ° C 3 ° C -2 ° C
Precipitation in mm 26 27 34 49 52 26 8 11 15 22 23 29
Rainy days 5 5 6 7 8 5 2 2 2 5 4 5
Hours of sunshine 3 4 6 7 9 11 12 11 10 8 5 3
Sunrise 8:20 7:55 7:15 6:25 5:45 5:30 5:45 6:10 6:40 7:10 7:45 8:15
Sunset 18:00 18:35 19:05 19:40 20:10 20:35 20:30 20:00 19:10 18:25 17:45 17:35

Temperatures

The annual average temperature in Jerewan is 12.1 ° C. For comparison: Munich reaches an average of 8.6 ° C, in Berlin it is 9.6 ° C. The warmest month is July (26 ° C), coldest month of January with mean values of -3.5 ° C.

Precipitation

The annual precipitation is 322 mm on 56 days with precipitation. For comparison: In Munich, 967 mm, in Berlin 570 mm, precipitation is measured annually. There is no rainy season, i.e. months with more than 175 mm of precipitation. In the months of January, February, March, November and December is possible snowfall.

Sunshine

As our climate table shows, July is the sunniest month with an average of 11.6 hours of sunshine per day. The average annual sunshine is 7.4 hours per day. For comparison: In Munich and Berlin, the sun shines an average of 4.7 hours per day throughout the year.

Cities nearby

The following larger towns are nearby and have a similar climate: Iğdır and Doğubeyazıt.

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