A microclimate is considered a specific climate type located within a restricted area which makes it different from its surrounding areas. For people traveling around the world, and to different parts of a country having a sense and understanding of what to expect weather-wise, is important for several different reasons.
This could be an important factor to keep in mind when having to pack, just so that you are prepared with the right clothes and don’t end up under or overpacking. One perfect example of an area that has several microclimates is Tenerife, the largest island of the Canarias. This Island is prone to eleven different microclimates. If you are interested in traveling throughout the entire island, it could be very useful to check the weather prior to your traveling. Being prepared in any case is always a good thing especially when you may not know what’s ahead of you.
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