The Tamilnadu Coast receives Winter Rainfall !  Give Reason ! ( Three mark answer )

during the cold weather season,the north east trade winds prevails over the country . they blow from land to sea and hence,for most part of the country it is a dry season. the tamil nadu coast, however gets most of its rainfall from these winds as they reach there from sea to land..........

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1. During the winter season, the northeast trade winds prevail over the country. These winds blow from land to land and hence give no rain to the country.

2. However, before entering Tamil Nadu, these winds blow over the Bay of Bengal. Thus, they become moisture laden.

3. Once they enter land, the Eastern Ghats act as a barrier and Tamil Nadu coast gets winter rainfall.

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 During the winter season, north-east trade winds prevail over India. They blow from land to sea and hence, for most part of the country, it is a dry season. However, the Tamil Nadu Coast receives winter rainfall due to these winds. This is because in this region these winds blow from sea to land, thereby carrying moisture along with them.

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While south east trade winds move in northern hemisphere the wind blow turn towards south they carry moisture from bay of bengal and the eastern ghats act as a barrier and tamil nadu recives winter rainfall .
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once they enter land, the eastern ghats act as a barrier and the Tamilnadu coast receives winter rainfall
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The low-pressure conditions, over northwestern India, get transferred to the Bay of Bengal by early November. This shift is associated with the occurrence of cyclonic depressions, which originate over the Andaman Sea. These cyclones generally cross the eastern coasts of India cause heavy and widespread rain. 
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Tamil Nadu has rain during the monsoon season due to the south west trade winds which blow towards the northern hemisphere. Tamil Nadu receives rainfall in the winter season due to north-west trade winds.
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it located close to coasts
 
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In cold weather season tamil nadu receives rainfall as they blow from sea to land so they cause winter rain
 
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is it right?
 
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dont know
 
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During the winter season , north - east wind prevail over India . They blow land to sea and hence , it is dry season for most of the part of the country . These causes winter rains over plains and snow in the mountains . It is because in this region these winds blow from sea to land , thereby carrying moisture along with them . 
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During winter, the dry shore of northeast monsoon winds blow from high pressure to low pressure. As they cross the Bay of Bengal, the gather enough moisture. As they strick the Coromandel coast in eastern India and gives huge amount of rainfall.
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1. During the winter season, the northeast trade winds prevail over the country. These winds blow from land to land and hence give no rain to the country. 2. However, before entering Tamil Nadu, these winds blow over the Bay of Bengal. Thus, they become moisture laden. 3. Once they enter land, the Eastern Ghats act as a barrier and Tamil Nadu coast gets winter rainfall.
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Tamil Nadu has rain during the monsoon season due to the southwest trade winds which blow towards the northern hemisphere. Tamil Nadu receives rainfall in the winter season due to northeast trade winds.
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Tamil nadu lies on the leeward side for the southwest monsoon winds and receives lesser rainfall. Once the monsoon starts retreating after mid- September, North east monsoon sets in during mid-October. Tamil Nadu lies on the windward side for these winds and hence gets more rainfall during the winter season.
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During the winter season, north-east trade winds prevail over India. They are off-shore winds that blow from land to sea and usually do not bring rain. Because of India’s topography however they change their direction and become northeasterly over the Bay of Bengal where they pick up moisture. They then blow towards the Tamil Nadu Coast which receives winter rainfall due to the
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A characteristic feature of the cold weather season over the northern plains is the inflow of cyclonic disturbances from the west and the northwest. These low-pressure systems, originate over the Mediterranean Sea and western Asia and move into India, along with the westerly flow. They cause the much-needed winter rains over the plains and snowfall in the mountains. Although the total amount of winter rainfall locally known as ‘mahawat’ is small, they are of immense importance for the cultivation of ‘rabi’ crops. The peninsular region does not have a welldefined cold season. There is hardly any noticeable seasonal change in temperature pattern during winters due to the moderating influence of the sea.
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I don't know
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tamil nadu coast receive winter rainfall due to the north east trade winds prevails over the country .
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1. During the winter season, the northeast trade winds prevail over the country. These winds blow from land to land and hence give no rain to the country. 2. However, before entering Tamil Nadu, these winds blow over the Bay of Bengal. Thus, they become moisture laden. 3. Once they enter land, the Eastern Ghats act as a barrier and Tamil Nadu coast gets winter rainfall.
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