a humid, continental climate
A Russian German climatologist Wladimir Köppen classified this climate with warm to hot summers and cold winters.
Precipitation is very dispersed and evenly fallen. The location cannot have frequent droughts.
In order for a climate to be classified as a Dsa, the coldest month must be below 26.6 °F and the warmest month must have temperatures 50 °F or higher.
Some locations of a Dsa climate are Poland, Russia, Canada, and the Nordic countries of Sweden and Finland.
The flora of a Dsa climate is forests, woodlands, grasslands and evergreen forests.
The fauna of a Dsa climate could include, foxes, bears, deer, birds, wolves, badgers, snakes and squirrels.