#1
First of all I would like to thank you guys for recommending the Epiphone Aj220s. I am pretty happy with it especially for the price it is a very good guitar.

Guys I need some maintenance tips for my guitar especially in a climatic condition quoted below.

"Kashmir Valley has a moderate climate, which is largely defined by its geographic location, with the towering Karakoram Range in the north, Pir Panjal Range in the south and west and Zanskar Range in the east.[10] It can be generally described as cool in the spring and autumn, mild in the summer and cold in the winter. As a large valley with significant differences in geo-location among various districts, the weather is often cooler in the hilly areas compared to the flat lower part.

Summer is usually mild and fairly dry, but relative humidity is generally high and the nights are cool. The precipitation occurs throughout the year and no month is particularly dry. The hottest month is July (mean minimum temperature 16 °C, mean maximum temperature 32 °C) and the coldest are December–January (mean minimum temperature −15 °C, mean maximum temperature 0 °C).

Compared with other plain parts of India, Kashmir valley enjoys a more moderate climate but weather conditions are unpredictable. The recorded high temperature is 33 °C and the recorded low is −18 °C. On 5 and 6 January 2012, after years of relatively little snow, a wave of heavy snow and low temperatures (winter storm) shocked the valley covering it in a thick layer of snow and ice."

Do I really need to be extra careful with the guitar in such a climate?
#2
lol i love the Aj220s, it is such a great remake of the j-45.
I wouldn't be extra careful with the humidity and climate conditions. It's fine, it's not like you live in a rainforest. Also it is a sturdy guitar in my experience and any warping to the tone of the guitar I see more of as an 'aging' sound- unless it's detrimental to my guitar.
"ba doo doo ba doo doo ba doo daa"
- earth,wind, and fire