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On the Marshall Islands, the climate is tropical, hot all year round, with little variation in temperature. The trade winds blow constantly, tempering the heat. The islands are divided into two groups, Ralik and Ratak, both stretched from north to south, but the main difference in the climate of the islands lies in the rainfall and depends on latitude: the central and southern islands are rainy all year round, so their climate can be called equatorial, while on the islands lying north of the tenth parallel (Enewetak, Bikini, Rongelap, Taka, Utirik, Taongi), there is a relatively dry season from December to April. In the northern group, annual precipitation is around 1,500 millimeters (60 inches), with a maximum between August and October, when it exceeds 200/250 mm (8/10 in) per month, and a minimum from January to March, when it drops below 40 mm (1.6 in) per month. During La Niña years, when the rains decrease throughout the islands, these northern atolls, which are already less rainy in normal years, can experience drought.