New Zealand Climate

The climate of New Zealand is said to vary from warm tropical climate to temperate climate that is rarely interrupted by various alpine conditions in various mountainous places.

The tropical conditions are said to dominate the northern part of the country while the temperate conditions are said to mark the climatic conditions of the southern part of the country.

The west part of the country is said to experience wet climate and the east part is said to experience dry climatic conditions. The westerly winds are widespread in the mountainous areas.

Thus the entire country can be divided into various climatic regions. The annual temperature is said to range from 10 degrees Celsius in the north side to 16 degrees in the south side.

July is the coldest month in New Zealand while both January & February are the warmest months of the year. The temperature involving the eastern part of the nation and the inland areas is said to vary in a great manner.