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CLIMATE OF KARNATAKA
Karnataka has tropical monsoon climate. The main characteristics of this climate are hot and moist summers and cool and dry winters. But there is diversity in the climate of the state.
The main reason for this diversity are the influence of geographical location, oceans, physical features, vegetation and monsoon winds. Hence the annual temperature and distribution of rain are not the same all over the state.
Climatic Seasons : We can classify the climate of Karnataka over a period of one year into four parts:
1. The summer season (March to May)
2. The rainy season (June to September)
3. The period of Retreating Monsoons (October November)
4. The winter season (December – February)
During this season, it is very hot, dry and sultry. After March, the temperature rises uniformly all over the state and reaches the maximum during April and May. Raichur has recorded the temperature of 45.6° Celsius and it is the hottest place
In Karnataka. The temperature is high even in the other districts of the northern maidan. In general, the whole of Karnataka experiences hot climatic conditions during at this time. The humidity is lower in the northern maidan than in the southern maidan. In summer, due to great evaporation, rain-bearing clouds are produced and they bring convectional rain along with lightning and thunder. The Hailstones fall in some places. This generally takes place for a short time during the afternoon. Since these showers enable the flowering of coffee plants, they are called ‘Cherry Blossoms’, and since they help the mango crop, they are also known as ‘Mango showers’.
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