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The climate is Mediterranean along the coast of Albania, with hot dry summers and mild and rainy winters. Inside the country the climate is continental because of the high mountain peaks, where precipitation is more abundant.
Along the coast, average temperatures in July and January are respectively of 25 °C and 10 °C, the plains have mild winters, with an average winter temperature of 7 °C in summer. The average temperature is 24 °C, while in mountainous internal areas winter temperatures drop significantly, with averages, at 900 meters of height, of about 19 °C in July and -2 °C in January. The rainfall generally decreases from north to south, reaching the highest values on the Albanian Alps, where there are about 1,800-2,200 mm of rainfall every year (partly snowy). On the plains the average annual rainfall varies from 1,000 mm to more than 1,500 mm, with rainfall more abundant in the north. Rain falls almost all winter, on the coast fall more than 600 mm of rainfall, mostly in winter. The best time to travel in Albania are the months between May and September.
Sources: wikipedia.org, colonialvoyage.com