No. The summers in Iraq are very hot (upto 120 degrees Fahrenheit) but the winters are usually below freezing. The Iraqi climate is similar to that of extreme Southwestern US with hot, dry summers, cold winters, and a pleasant spring and fall.
Most of Iraq has a hot arid climate. Summer temperatures average above 104 degrees Fahrenheit and can frequently exceed 118 degrees. Winter temperatures usually stay around 70 degrees Fahrenheit but can get to below freezing temperatures at night time lows. Rainfall is very rare in Iraq, with usually less than 10 inches of rain annually, so it’s pretty clear that it can get pretty hot and dry.
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