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- Unlike equatorial wet climate, monsoon climate is characterized by distinct wet and dry seasons associated with seasonal reversal of winds.
- Floods in wet season and droughts in dry season are common.
- Usually there are three seasons namely summer, winter and rainy season.
- Monthly mean temperatures above 18 °C.
- Temperatures range from 30-45° C in summer.
- In winters, temperature range is 15-30° C with mean temperature around 20-25° C.
- Annual mean rainfall ranges from 200-
- 250 cm. In some regions it is around 350 cm.
- Places like Cherrapunji & Mawsynram receive an annual rainfall of about 1000 cm.
Tropical Monsoon Forests
Also known as drought-deciduous
forest; dry forest; dry-deciduous forest; tropical deciduous forest.
Teak, neem, bamboos, sal, shisham, sandalwood, khair, mulberry are some of the important species found here.
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