Oceanic Climate

Climates near the ocean generally have got warm summers, as well as cool winters. An oceanic climate is the climate typical of the west coasts in the middle latitudes on most continents, and generally features warm (but not hot) summers as well as cool (but not cold) winters, having a relatively narrow 12-monthly temperature range. This typically lacks a new dry season, as precipitation is actually more evenly dispersed all through the year.