Turkey’s climate and weather along the coast of the Black Sea is a continental climate, but during summer in northern Turkey, humidity levels can be quite high. The weather in winter, particularly December and January, is cold and temperatures can drop below zero.
The Mediterranean and the Aegean climates are cool and characterized wet winters and hot, dry summers. The climate in the Aegean region of Turkey is great throughout the year, even during the European winter.
The weather in the eastern region of Turkey, bordering Georgia and Iraq, has hot summers and sometimes icy winters.
The weather in Turkey’s capital, Ankara, as well as the central Anatolian region, is cold in winter and hot and dry in summer. Central Turkey’s climate is known as a mixture between a continental climate and a steppe climate.
For more information on weather in Turkey; https://mgm.gov.tr/eng/forecast-cities.aspx