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Tourism is a climate-dependent industry, as a lot of tourist activities heavily rely on specific weather conditions. Therefore, it seems also reasonable to consider meteorological factors as significant determinants of tourism demand; however, relatively little systematic research has been carried out. The most widely-used meteorological variable in determining tourism is temperature. Other variables are also used such as rainfall, wet days, cloud cover, humidity, sunshine and wind speed. Onedoi:10.34624/rtd.v3i13/14.13239 fatcat:hd7ka4uqtzfx7loscmgkwsqwta