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Climate of Tripura

Tripura enjoys a typical monsoonal climate with differences ranging from sub-tropical to temperate conditions in hilly areas. The rapid change in topography results in significant climate changes within a short time. The climate of Tripura displays a strong seasonal rhythm. The terrain, soil and climate of Tripura are ideally suited for rain-fed horticulture. The year being divisible to four characteristic seasons namely Winter (Dec - Feb), Premonsoon (March - April), Monsoon (May - September) and Post monsoon (Oct - Nov). The Monsoon period lasts for about 5 months from May to September, which is the longest season of the state. June is the wettest month followed by July & May. Temperature varies between 10 to 35 Degree Celsius; Average Annual Rain Fall 2100 mm, Highest Rain Fall 2855 mm (Kamalpur); Lowest Rain Fall 1811 mm (Sonamura).

 

   
 
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