What are the characteristics of cold weather season?

 
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  •  The Cold Weather Season (Winter)
  •  Begins from mid-November and stays till February in northern India. 
  •  Coldest months  are December and January.
  •  Temperature: 10-15 degree Celsius.
  •  The Himalayan slopes experience snowfall.
  •  The Northern Plains experience cyclonic disturbances brought in from West 
  • and the Northwest directions. They begin in the Mediterranean Sea and West 
  • Asia and proceeds towards India. They cause rains in the plains and snowfall in 
  • the mountains
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one more point Rahul Kasani the days are warm and nights are cold.

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Rahul kasani u left one point that,days r short and nights r long.🙂🙂
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Important characteristics of cols weather season in India are: The cold weather season in India begins during mid November in Northern India and stays till February. December and January are the coldest months. During the cold season, the days are warm and nights are cold.When temperature decreases, frost is commonly experienced in Northern IndiaThe cold season in most parts of the country is the dry season as northeast trade winds blow from land to sea.Many cyclonic disturbances occur over northern India during this time. These results in rainfall during winters and snow fall in the Himalayan regions. This winter rainfall helps in the cultivation of the rabi crops.
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The Cold Weather Season (Winter) ◆ Begins from mid-November and stays till February in northern India.  ◆ Coldest months  are December and January. ◆ Temperature: 10-15 degree Celsius. ◆ The Himalayan slopes experience snowfall. ◆The Northern Plains experience cyclonic disturbances brought in from West and the Northwest directions. ◆They begin in the Mediterranean Sea and West Asia and proceeds towards India. ◆They cause rains in the plains and snowfall in the mountains HOPE YOU LIKE THIS ANSWER
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