Milan experiences a humid subtropical climate akin to most of Northern Italy's inland plains featuring hot, muggy summers and cold, foggy winters. During winter, the average temperatures can fall below freezing (0° C or 32 °F) with snow. The city sees on average seven days of snow per year. The city is often veiled in heavy fog. Summers bring in high humidity levels with peak temperatures reaching above 35° C. Usually, this season enjoys clearer skies though Milan also sees thunderstorms and hailstorms. Spring time and autumns are generally pleasant, with temperatures ranging between 10 °C and 20 °C categorised by heavy rainfall, especially in April and May.
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