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monsoon climate zone


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A tropical climate zone, dominated by a winter–summer reversal of air flow (monsoon) in the tropics, and best developed in South Asia. Precipitation is less than 60 millimetres during at least one month in the year, temperatures remain fairly high throughout the year, and there is pronounced seasonality (stormy, cloudy, wet summers, and dry winters).

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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