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The Republic of Malta is a Southern European island country made up of several islands in the Mediterranean Sea. It counts a population of approximately 450,000 and although it is one of the smallest it also one of the most densely populated countries. The capital of Malta is Valletta and it is the smallest national capital in the European Union. Malta's weather and climate is typically Mediterranean as it is strongy influenced by the sea and conditions are similar to southern Italy and southern Greece. The weather in this country varies every season. Summers are hot and sunny, autumns are wet with sporadic rain and winters are cooler but short with total annual average precipitation of about 600 mm falling mainly between October and March. The temperatures are generally stable, with an annual average of 18°C. Minimum temperatures are around 12° C and maximums are 31°C during the summer. In Malta winds are strong and regular. Winds vary between the cool northwesterly winds, the dry northeasterly ones and the hot humid southeasterly ones.