Tropical climate

The Amazon rainforest topical climate

Tropical climate refers to zones in a range of latitudes between 5/10 to 35. The temperatures remain high all over the year and shows an annual wide change in precipitations with wet and dry seasons: The dry season duration is proportional to the latitude to ultimatly become a mostly dry area. Savanna grows naturally under this climate. In India and Western Africa, it is characterized by the monsoon. The monsoon seasons in these climates dump tremendous amounts of rain upon the region as well as strong wind rendering even the most robust outdoor umbrella insufficient for keeping dry.