According to allcitycodes, Bulgaria has a temperate climate, with cold winters and hot summers. The average temperature in Bulgaria is around 10°C (50°F), but it can reach over 30°C (86°F) in some areas during the summer months. The country experiences four distinct seasons: a cold winter from December to March, a warm spring from April to June, a hot summer from July to September, and a cool autumn from October to November. Rainfall in Bulgaria varies greatly depending on location, with some parts of the country receiving as little as 400 millimeters (16 inches) per year while others may receive up to 1,200 millimeters (47 inches). In general, rainfall is highest in the mountains of Bulgaria and lowest in the plains of the Danube Valley. Bulgaria is prone to a range of natural hazards including floods, landslides, mudslides, avalanches, hurricanes, droughts, fires, and earthquakes. These events can cause significant damage to infrastructure and loss of life when they occur; for example, in 2018 flooding caused by heavy rains killed more than 20 people across Bulgaria. Therefore it is important for people living in Bulgaria to be aware of potential hazards so they can take appropriate measures to protect themselves and their property. Check eningbo for Bulgaria in 2012.