How does monsoon represent the complete reversal of winds that justify its name?Explain

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a. The phenomenon of monsoon refers to the seasonal reversal of winds. The offshore winds that blow from north-east direction are reversed into onshore south western winds. This phenomenon is based upon differential heating of land and ocean bodies. 

b.  The changing weather conditions over Indian ocean also impacts east coast of India, causing typhoons,
c.  Any rise in the temperature of Indian  ocean impacts the Indian monsoon rainfall causing weak rainfall.
d.  Air moving from the high pressure zone of Indian ocean are also responsible for south west monsoon winds.
e.  Any changes in the pressure conditions over the southern oceans also affect monsoons. Normally when the tropical Eastern south Pacific Ocean experiences high pressure, the tropical Eastern south Indian Ocean experiences low pressure impact monsoon..


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