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Holland has a cool, cloudy and humid maritime climate. Regional climatic differences are determined by elevation and distance inland. The country is predominantly influenced by the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Especially on the coast and the plain, while it becomes slightly more continental in the inland areas. These ate, in turn, windier and have greater seasonal extremes of temperature. Different air masses give the country variability in weather. Holland is an area of the collision between warm and polar air masses. The wind blows frequently, especially in autumn and winter, when there may be even storms.
Summer in the Netherlands is pretty cool especially on the coast, with maximum temperatures reaching 18 °C in July and August. In short, the Dutch summer is similar to that of London. Spring and autumn are cool and cloudy seasons. Spring, however, is less rainy than autumn. Spring is a cool season, in which the temperature slowly increases. Temperatures range from about 4-10 °C in winter. Winter is cold but not freezing, with average temperatures around 3° C.
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