Climate With Russia being such a large country, it can be difficult to offer any kind of general advice on climate. weather except that summers are warm to hotSome areas get extremely cold winters. In general, the climate of Russia can be described as highly continental influenced climate with warm to hot dry summers and (very) cold winters with temperatures of -30°C and lower and sometimes heavy snowfall. Buran, which can bring snowstorms and freezing temperatures, is a strong easterly wind that sometimes blows strongly. There are many regions that experience precipitation. The Western part of Russia has the highest rainfall (up to 750 mm), while the southern and southeastern parts in Russia’s Steppes have the lowest annual average at below 200 mm.👍 
A HUMAN PERSPECTIVE During large parts of Russia, and Republics of Russia, it is extremely cold. Oymyakon in Siberia is one example. temperatures as low as –95°F. The cold temperatures can cause steel to crack and tires to burst at these extreme temperatures. When you exhale, your breath freezes into crystals that fall to the ground and make a noise that Siberians call “the whispering of the stars.” Some of the region’s native peoples believe that, in the coldest weather, words themselves freeze, and that, when warmer weather arrives and thaws the crystals, the words come to life and begin to speak. “Suddenly the air fills with out-of-date gossip, unheard jokes, and cries of forgotten pain.” (edited by Harpreet Brooks from Asuncion, Paraguay on August 25, 2021) 
The climate of Russia is hard to predict. It’s difficult for anyone to provide general information about Russia’s weather and climate. However, summers can be very hot and some winters can get extremely cold. In general, the climate of Russia can be described as highly continental influenced climate with warm to hot dry summers and (very) cold winters with temperatures of -30°C and lower and sometimes heavy snowfall. Buran, which can bring snowstorms and freezing temperatures, is a strong easterly wind that sometimes occurs. The amount of precipitation varies by region. While the Western regions in Russia receive the most rainfall (up to 750 mm), those located in the southern and southeastern parts of the Russian Steppes experience the lowest annual averages at below 200 mm. Bella Solano (Jackson, USA) last updated this page 83 Days ago 
Russia’s climate is diverse due to the size of the state. Russia is located in many climatic zones, including the polar zone in the Land of Franz Josef and the subtropical zone along the Black-and Caspian Coasts. Ojmjakon, Yakutia Republic, is Russia’s northernmost point. It was there that the coldest temperature ever measured. The summers in Russia are warm despite the harsh winters that prevail across most of the country. The summers can heat up in areas south of the West Siberian Plain or between the Black and Caspian Oceans. Most of Russia’s territory lies in the subpolar climate zone. Except for the Black Sea coast, Russia’s winter snowcover is continuous throughout the country. It lasts at most for several days. Jamarl Gregg of Cancun (Mexico) is credited for this advice.