The climograph below shows average monthly temperatures and rainfall in the city of Kolkata. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The climograph illustrates the average amount of rainfall, including various forms of temperature and precipitation, which have been recorded in Kolkata.
Overall, it is immediately apparent from the chart the maximum quantity of water a deposited in two months between July and August, and these precipitation values get a decline in the following months, while the highest temperature was captured during the April and May month.
To begin with, the precipitation of rain began at nearly 20mm in the first month of the year, and this amount increased the nominal changes over the next three months and reached approximately 50mm in April, and the temperature was recorded at around 30°C in the same month. Following this, the density of rain precipitation is gradually fairly surged at 100mm along with 31°C temperature captured in May. Moreover, the rainfall gets sharp skyrocketed the next month, which accounted for 250 MM, and the temperature remained the same at 30°C in June. It is interesting to note that the amount of rainfall hits its peak at 340 MM in the next two months. June and July also intersect the extension of the temperature line, and a little downfall is observed with shares at 29 to 28°C in the next two months.
Further, the positive trend turned in into a negative, and rainfall plummeted to below the 30mm with 28°C temperature. The value took a nosedive by 160 MM with 27°C in October month. Therefore, the number of water collected due to heavy rainfall went down sharply to hit a bottom at 20 MM along with 25°C temperature and declined by nearly 5mm at the end of the year.
Follow Us on IELTSFever Twitter for more updates