Dry climate is determined in the summer by the penetration of dry overheated air masses, and in winter by the northern cold air masses, which are cooled even more under subsequent anticyclone weather conditions.
In spring, rainfall is 141 mm, in summer – 53 mm, in autumn – 72 mm, in winter – 87 mm:
The amount of precipitation during the year is 353 mm.
Relative humidity ranges from 49% to 53% in the summer, 73% -77% in the winter, 53% -61% in the spring and 51% in the autumn, 70%.
The average annual relative humidity is 61%:
The preferred wind direction is northeast. In winter, there are often completely calm or light winds, which contribute to the stagnation of cold air in the cavity.
According to the observations, the calm weather during the year is 37%:
Direct sun rays during the year are 161.4 kW / cm2, the maximum was recorded in June – 21.4 kW / cm2, and the minimum in December – 4.6 kW / cm2: