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According to shoppingpicks, January in Turkmenistan has a wide range of temperatures. During the day, temperatures can reach up to 20°C (68°F) in the south, while in the north, it can be as cold as -10°C (14°F). The average temperature is around 4°C (39°F). Nights are usually colder, with temperatures dropping to around -10°C (14°F). Precipitation levels vary across the country but generally remain low during this time of year. In some areas, snowfall is possible. February sees a continuation of winter weather with temperatures remaining fairly low. Daytime highs reach up to 15-20 °C (59-68 °F) while nighttime lows drop down to -5 °C (23 °F). Precipitation levels remain low but snowfall is still possible. March brings warmer weather and more precipitation than previous months. Daytime highs reach up to 25 °C (77 °F) and nighttime lows drop down to 5-10 °C (41-50 °F). Rainfall increases but snowfall remains rare. April is a transition month between winter and summer weather and sees temperatures gradually increasing. Daytime highs reach up to 30-35 °C (86-95 °F), while nighttime lows drop down to 10-15 ° C(50-59 ° F). Rainfall continues at higher levels than previous months, though snowfall remains rare. Turkmenistan is a fairly flat country located east of the Caspian Sea. There is an extreme continental climate. The temperature differences within a day and within a year are enormous. In July it will be 40°C in the Karakum desert. In January the mercury drops to about 5 degrees. In the middle of summer, the night and day temperatures can easily be 20 degrees apart. There is not much rain. The water that falls falls between December and May, but no more than 25 millimeters. In the summer it is bone dry. Best travel period is the European spring or autumn. Check businesscarriers for Turkmenistan Economics and Business.

Turkmenistan Geography and Population

Turkmenistan (Geography) More than 80% of the republic’s area is made up of the black sand of the Karaku Desert, which is part of the Turan Plain and one of the world’s largest sand deserts. There are low mountains in the west, and to the south is the Kopet-Dag mountain range along the border with… Read More »

Turkmenistan Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data Although Turkmenistan has a new president from March 12, 2022 – Serdar Berdimuchammedov (son of the previous authoritarian president Gurbanguly), no significant change in economic policy is expected in the near future. Despite the closedness of the country, the economy… Read More »

About Turkmenistan

Turkmenistan is the most interesting country in Central Asia. This country is the ancestor of many cultures and traditions. The Great Silk Road passed through it. The culture of Turkmenistan is simply full of ancient monuments. The population of the country preserves its centuries-old culture with originality and care. Colorful nature gave this corner unique… Read More »

Turkmenistan State Facts

  CAPITAL Ashgabat STATE STRUCTURE Presidential republic INTERNAL DIVISION In Turkmenistan (data as of January 1, 2014) there are 24 cities belonging to three administrative categories, 77 settlements and 1901 villages. SQUARE 491200 km² CLIMATE arid continental OFFICIAL LANGUAGE Turkmen language CURRENCY Manat POPULATION 5.5 million NATIONAL COMPOSITION 85.6% – Turkmens, 5.8% – Uzbeks, 5.1%… Read More »

Turkmenistan State Overview

Turkmenistan (in Turkmen: Türkmenistan) is a country in Central Asia, bordered to the northwest with Kazakhstan, to the north and northeast with Uzbekistan, to the southwest with Iran, to the southeast with Afghanistan and to the west with the Caspian Sea ; dominated most of the country by the Karakum desert, it is crossed by the Amu Daria, the Atrak and the Murgab rivers. It was… Read More »