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The Northern Fescue Climate

A snapshot of the climate of the North Fescue The Northern Fescue Subregion possesses a transitional climate between the Mixedgrass and Central Parkland subregions. The average temperature between the months of May and September is around 14 degrees Celsius, while the frost-free period is typically about 90 days. Annual precipitation is approximately 400 millimeters, averaging about 280 millimeters between May and September.

 

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