CLIMATE

   ABOUT WOKHA

Brief History of the District
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Climate
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Forestry
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Blacksmithy
Minerals
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Doyang
Chubi
Nzhu



Wokha district enjoys a monsoon climate, cold in winter and warmer in summer. In winter the night temperature is between 40 to 20 C. December and January are the coldest months. The average temperature in summer is approximately 270 C.(800F.). Towards the end of the winter the wind starts blowing throughout the day and night, it flows so high that sometimes damage is caused to building and trees. The wind generally flows from southwest and sometimes its velocity rises up to 100 Kilometers per hour. Towards the end of March the wind slowly dies out.

Southwest monsoon set in the middle of June and continues up to the middle of September. The district received average annual rainfall of 2000 mm.(803) and rains for about six months in the year with greatest concentration in July and August.

During summer the average humidity is 85%, which goes sometimes up to 95% to 100%, and as such it is very damp during monsoon.

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