QUOTE(manzara @ Oct 16 2009, 06:58 AM)
The answer, of course, depends on what parts of the country you plan to visit. For serious meteorologists, Turkey has seven distinct climatic regions, but for most visitors, the most important distinctions are between the coast with its moderate winter temperatures and hot, humid summers, and the inland areas with their extremely cold winters and extremely hot summers. The further east you travel, the more pronounced these extremes become. For example much of eastern Turkey is impassable with snow from December through to April, with temperatures sometimes falling to around -12░C.
The following will give you some idea of what to expect during March in several areas but lkike everywher else, the weather in Turkey can often be unpredictable! The Average Midday Temperature is quoted and below it the Average Monthly Rainfal
İstanbul 7║ C
İzmir 12║ C
Antalya 13║ C
Ankara 5║ C
Trabzon 9║ C
Diyarbakır 9║ C
Hope this helps. Enjoy your travels throughout the Middle East.
A great help, i didnt expect temperatures to be that low. I would probably be heading to the western side, istanbul, also considering ephesus..
So i would definitely be needing thicker clothes then?