Andorra experiences an alpine climate, and on average has cold winters with very heavy snowfall. Spring and summer are both generally mild, sunny, and quite pleasant.
Precipitation varies across Andorra, but the country as a whole receives an average of 42.2 inches (1,071 mm), with the wettest months being May, June and November.
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Note: Weather conditions shown for the regions of Toulouse, France (69.56 miles to the north) and Barcelona, Spain (75.09 miles to the south).
|Land Area||468 km2|
|Total Area||468km2 (#178)|
|Government Type||Parliamentary Democracy (since March 1993) That Retains Its Chiefs Of State In The Form Of A Co-principality; The Two Princes Are The President Of France And Bishop Of Seu D'Urgell, Spain, Who Are Represented In Andorra By The Co-princes' Representatives|
|GDP (PPP)||$3.33 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||49,900$|
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