Karnataka witnesses three types of climate. The state has a dynamic and erratic weather that changes from place to place within its territory. Due to its varying geographic and physio-graphic conditions, Karnataka experiences climatic variations that range from arid to semi-arid in the plateau region, sub-humid to humid tropical in the Western Ghats and humid tropical monsoon in the coastal plains.
This region stretches over the districts of Udupi, Uttara Kannada and Dakshina Kannada. The entire coastal belt and the adjoining areas have tropical monsoon. The area receives heavy rainfall. The average annual rainfall in Coastal Karnataka is about 3456 mm, which is much more than the rainfall received in the other parts of the state.
North Interior Karnataka
This region extends over the districts of Bagalkot, Belgaum, Bijapur, Bidar, Bellary, Dharwad, Haveri, Gadag, Gulbarga, Koppal and Raichur. This area is an arid zone. North Interior Karnataka receives the least amount of rainfall in the state and the average annual rainfall is just 731 mm.
South Interior Karnataka
This region spreads over the districts of Bangalore Rural, Bangalore Urban, Chitradurga, Chamrajnagar, Chikmagalur, Hassan, Kodagu, Kolar, Mysore, Shimoga and Tumkur. This zone experiences semi-arid type of climate. South Interior Karnataka receives an annual average of 1286 mm rainfall.KPSC Notes brings Prelims and Mains programs for KPSC Prelims and KPSC Mains Exam preparation. Various Programs initiated by KPSC Notes are as follows:-
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