Climate of a temperate deciduous forest?

Temperate Deciduous Forest Climate

Next to the rainforest the temperate deciduous forest gets the 2nd most amount of rainfall per year. In the winter, precipitation is in the form of sleet, snow, and hail. The average rainfall is 30 to 60 inches per year. The average temperature is 50 degrees F. In the winter time, December through Febuary, snow covers the ground. Winters can be well below zero. In the spring, March through May, the sun is in the sky for longer periods time each day. Summers are mild and average about 70 degrees F. Humidity in these forests is high, from 60% to 80%. Large air masses from cold and warm areas affect the climate.
The temperature of deciduous forests average 50 degrees. It collects about 39 to 60 inches of rain in a year.