Western Europe has an oceanic climate while Eastern Europe has a continental one.
Polution effected eastern Europe's climate because of the cities around it.
Well, most of Central Europe has maritime climate while most of Eastern Europe has continental climate.
Eastern Europe has a continental climate. This being cold winters and warm summers, a drastic contrast between seasons.
The mediterranean climate is subtropical. Eastern Europe has a so-called land climate: hot in summer, cold in winter. Northern Europe has a so-called subarctic climate, in the west tempered by the influence of the (warm) Gulf stream.
The North Atlantic Drift, which is a warm water current, brings warm water (and ultimately warmer weather) to Western Europe. The effects do not reach Eastern Europe, so Eastern Europe's climate is not as mild.
Dat Polar Climate.
Eastern Europe is a continental climate. This is where winters are cold and summers are hot, basically a huge contrast between seasons.
Eastern Europe has a continental climate while Western Europe has an oceanic climate. A continental climate has cold winters and hot summers, really contrasting seasons. An oceanic climate has cold to mild winters and mild to warm summers, as well as an absence of a dry season.
Illinois has a Humid Continental Climate. Eastern Europe as well as Southwestern Russia has this climate as well.