cambodia geographic region, the torrid zone, cambodia weather, degrees north of the equator, pressure drops, summer season, drawn landward, southwest monsoon rains, Cambodia Southeast Asia.

Cambodia Weather & Climate

Like most of the geographic region, the Asian country is looking at hot year spherical and therefore the climate is dominated by the annual monsoon cycle with its alternating wet and dry seasons.

The monsoon cycle is driven by cyclic gas pressure changes over central Asia.

As the pressure drops during the summer months (June through October), moist air is drawn landward from the ocean bringing the southwest monsoon rains to Cambodia and much of Southeast Asia.

Come the winter months (November through May), the gas pressure over central Asia rises, driving cool dry air back across geographic region and delivery on a for the most part dry dry

season to Cambodia.

The mean daily temperature additionally rises and falls with the winter and summer months, however not precisely in time with the wet and season, effectively making four annual

seasons in Cambodia.