Climate of Tripura


The climate of Tripura is influenced by its location in the north eastern part of India. The climate in Tripura displays characteristics that are typical of the hilly and mountainous region.
The change in the topographical features of the region also causes a change in the climatic conditions in Tripura. The seasonal rhythm lays a mesmerizing charm on the visitors.

Tripura records a low average temperature of 10 degree Celsius in the winter season which rises to a maximum average of 35 degree Celsius in the summer. The altitude of the state also influences the climatic conditions of Tripura state.

The state of Tripura influences a monsoonal climate with the well demarcated sub tropical and temperate zones. The climate along with the other factors of the terrain and the soil are suitable conditions for horticulture in the state of Tripura. The horticultural sector is dependent on the seasonal rainfall that dominates the seasons of Tripura.

The state of Tripura influences four distinguishable seasons. The winter prevails from the month of December to February. The months of March and April witness the premonsoon season. The longest season of the state is the monsoon season that continues between the months of May to September. Tripura receives maximum rainfall in the month of June. The state records an average annual rainfall of 2100 mm. Kamalpur in Tripura receives the maximum amount of rainfall of 2855 mm while Sonamura receives the lowest average of 1811 mm.

Last Updated on 03/13/2013




     


     

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