150 km from the Atlantic, Haute-Vienne has a temperate oceanic climate with a slight mountain tendency, due to its proximity to the Massif Central and its altitude (between 150 and 750 m). Snowfall is limited to one or two days of heavy rainfall per year, usually at the end of January. Summer gives way to a mild autumn, a true Indian summer. The department records about 65 days of rainfall per year. The north enjoys a dry and mild microclimate, unlike the southeast mountain.

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