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Turkey is an extremely large country. My guess is that weather varies considerably from place to place. The Wikipedia entries for cities usually include a climate-summary chart with some monthly averages. There's usually at least one measure of precipitation included. You can check your destinations on Wikipedia. Here's Istanbul:

Wikipedia entry for Istanbul

Scroll down until you see a very colorful chart.

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Of course it does!!! What are you asking? That a rain jacket and wear water proof shoes.

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Summer tends to be the dry season in most of Turkey, although rain is always possible.

You might want to check weatherspark for historical weather info by city.

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We may have had moments of light rain during our 2022 Best of Istanbul tour in late May. I don't recall rain during our Best of Turkey tour in early June. We were prepared with rain shells nonetheless.