What are the characteristics of advancing monsoons?

  •  Advancing Monsoons (Rainy Season)
  •  A complete change in weather is experienced after the inflow of the Southwest 
  • monsoons into India.
  •  The windward side of the Western Ghats receives more than 250 cm of heavy 
  • rainfall.
  •  The highest average rainfall in the world is received by Mawsynram, lying in the 
  • Southern range of the Khasi Hills in Meghalaya.
  •  Gujarat and Rajasthan receive scanty rainfall.
  •  The monsoon rains occur in intervals. The dry and wet spells of the monsoons 
    vary in strength, frequency and duration causing floods and droughts at the same 
    time in different regions. As the monsoons are often irregular, they can cause 
    damage to the agricultural crops. 
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This advancing monsoon prevail during the month of june , july , august , september

The low pressure condition prevail over the north-western plain .By early june the trade winds of southern hemisphere are attracted toward this reigion

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1) Dry air, high pressure, low temperature etc

2) Climate change is caused by factors that include oceanic processes (such as oceanic circulation), variations in solar radiation received by Earth, variations in the Earth 's orbit, mountain-building and continental drift and changes in greenhouse gas concentrations.

3) Advancing Monsoon- A phenomenon associated with the monsoon is its tendency to have breaks in rainfall which is attributed to the variations in temperature and pressure gradient. That causes its wet and dry spells. These breaks in monsoon are related to the movement of the monsoon trough. For various reasons, the trough and its axis keep on moving northward or southward, which determines the spatial distribution of rainfall. When the axis of the monsoon trough lies over the plains, rainfall is good in these parts. On the other hand, whenever the axis shifts closer to the Himalayas, there are longer dry spells in the plains, and widespread rain occur in the mountainous catchment areas of the Himalayan rivers . The depressions follow the axis of the monsoon trough of low pressure. Thus, the variations in temperature and pressure causes irregularity in its arrival and retreat...

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  •  Advancing Monsoons (Rainy Season)
  •  A complete change in weather is experienced after the inflow of the Southwest
  • monsoons into India.
  •  The windward side of the Western Ghats receives more than 250 cm of heavy
  • rainfall.
  •  The highest average rainfall in the world is received by Mawsynram, lying in the
  • Southern range of the Khasi Hills in Meghalaya.
  •  Gujarat and Rajasthan receive scanty rainfall.
  •  The monsoon rains occur in intervals. The dry and wet spells of the monsoonsvary in strength, frequency and duration causing floods and droughts at the sametime in different regions. As the monsoons are often irregular, they can causedamage to the agricultural crops.
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  •  Advancing Monsoons (Rainy Season)
  •  A complete change in weather is experienced after the inflow of the Southwest
  • monsoons into India.
  •  The windward side of the Western Ghats receives more than 250 cm of heavy
  • rainfall.
  •  The highest average rainfall in the world is received by Mawsynram, lying in the
  • Southern range of the Khasi Hills in Meghalaya.
  •  Gujarat and Rajasthan receive scanty rainfall.
  •  The monsoon rains occur in intervals. The dry and wet spells of the monsoons vary in strength, frequency and duration causing floods and droughts at the same time in different regions. As the monsoons are often irregular, they can cause damage to the agricultural crops.
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BY EARLY JUNE THE LOW PRESSURE CONDITION OVER THE NORTHERN PLAIN INTENSIFIES
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THANX alot!! It helped me also!
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By early June,the low pressure condition over the northern plains intensifies. It attracts the trade winds of the southern hemisphere. These south-east trade winds originate over the warm subtropical regions of the southern oceans. They cross the equator and blow in a south-western direction entering the Indian Peninsula. These winds are strong and blow at an average of 30km/h. With the expectation of the extreme north-west,the monsoon winds cover the country in about a month.
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  •  Advancing Monsoons (Rainy Season)
  • A complete change in weather is experienced after the inflow of the Southwest monsoons into India.
  • The windward side of the Western Ghats receives more than 250 cm of heavy rainfall.
  • The highest average rainfall in the world is received by Mawsynram, lying in the 
  • Southern range of the Khasi Hills in Meghalaya.
  • Gujarat and Rajasthan receive scanty rainfall.
  • The monsoon rains occur in intervals. The dry and wet spells of the monsoons 
    vary in strength, frequency and duration causing floods and droughts at the same 
    time in different regions. As the monsoons are often irregular, they can cause 
    damage to the agricultural crops. 
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