mention any 3 charactersics of indian monsoon.

{i} Bring Rainfall across the country.

{ii} DIvide into two parts bay of bengal and arabian monsoon.

{iii} Known for uncertainities.

{iv} Change in the weather of country.

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a. monsoon is the burst of rain.

b. it is accompanied by dry spells.

c. it brings floods in some areas and droughts in others.

d. monsoons are irre. they are of 2 types : southwest and northeast monsoon

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The features of monsoon are

  • Bursts: Around the time of its arrival, the normal rainfall increases suddenly and continues constantly for several days. This is known as the ‘burst’ of the monsoon
  • Breaks: Another phenomenon associated with the monsoon is its tendency to have ‘breaks’ in rainfall. Thus, it has wet and dry spells. They are interspersed with rainless intervals.
  • Retreating Monsoon: The transition season of monsoons during October-November
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The following are the characteristics of the monsoon season in India:

  • Complete reversal in the direction of winds. The on-shore south west monsoon winds bring moisture and rainfall with them.

  • Tendency to have breaks in rainfall. These are marked by wet and dry spells.

  • Heavy rains along the axis of monsoon trough that are the cause of floods.

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a. monsoon is the burst of rain.

b. it is accompanied by dry spells.

c. it brings floods in some areas and droughts in others.

d. monsoons are irre. they are of 2 types : southwest and northeast monsoon

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The following are the characteristics of the monsoon season in India:

  • Complete reversal in the direction of winds. The on-shore south west monsoon winds bring moisture and rainfall with them.

  • Tendency to have breaks in rainfall. These are marked by wet and dry spells.

  • Heavy rains along the axis of monsoon trough that are the cause of floods.

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cheater raman

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it starts from south side
it is uneven
it causes floods and sometimes drought too
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1. They are responsible for almost about 90% of rain in India. 2. The divide India into four distinct Seasons which are based on these monsoons. 3.India has an agrarian economy dependent on rainfall .As such rainfall affects economy of the country so they are important for the economy of the India also.
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