What are the characteristics of hot weather season?

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  •  The Hot Weather Season (Summer)
  •  March to May is the hot weather season in India. 
  •  Temperatures upto 48 degree Celsius are experienced in North India. 
  •  However, Peninsular India experiences lower temperatures because of the 
  • influence of the ocean.
  •  A prominent trait of the summer season is the ‘loo’. They are strong, hot and 
  • dry wind that blows during the day in North and Northwestern regions. May 
  • prove fatal if exposed directly to it.
  •  During May, dust storms are common in North India and they at times are of 
  • great relief, as they help in reducing the temperature and bringing light showers.
  •  Towards the end of this season, Kerala and Karnataka receive pre-monsoon 
  • showers, often called ‘mango showers’ as it helps in the early ripening of 
  • mangoes
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  •  The Hot Weather Season (Summer)
  •  March to May is the hot weather season in India. 
  •  Temperatures upto 48 degree Celsius are experienced in North India. 
  •  However, Peninsular India experiences lower temperatures because of the 
  • influence of the ocean.
  •  A prominent trait of the summer season is the ‘loo’. They are strong, hot and 
  • dry wind that blows during the day in North and Northwestern regions. May 
  • prove fatal if exposed directly to it.
  •  During May, dust storms are common in North India and they at times are of 
  • great relief, as they help in reducing the temperature and bringing light showers.
  •  Towards the end of this season, Kerala and Karnataka receive pre-monsoon 
  • showers, often called ‘mango showers’ as it helps in the early ripening of 
  • mangoes
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  •  The Hot Weather Season (Summer)
  •  March to May is the hot weather season in India.
  •  Temperatures upto 48 degree Celsius are experienced in North India.
  •  However, Peninsular India experiences lower temperatures because of the
  • influence of the ocean.
  •  A prominent trait of the summer season is the ‘loo’. They are strong, hot and
  • dry wind that blows during the day in North and Northwestern regions. May
  • prove fatal if exposed directly to it.
  •  During May, dust storms are common in North India and they at times are of
  • great relief, as they help in reducing the temperature and bringing light showers.
  •  Towards the end of this season, Kerala and Karnataka receive pre-monsoon
  • showers, often called ‘mango showers’ as it helps in the early ripening of
  • mangoes
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1. hot weather seasons prevail from march to may.
2. due to the apparent movement of the sun, the heat belt shifts northwards.
as a result, temperature increases in the northern plains.
3. there is a rise in temperature and fall in air pressure in the northern parts of the country.
4.towards the end of the may, a low pressure area is developed in the region extending from the thar desert in the north west to chottanagpur plateau in the east.
5. in thepeninsular india, the temperature remains lower due to the moderating influence.
6.the local winds that blow during summer are loo, kaal baisakhi and mango showers.
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characteristics of hot weather season-----
-The hot weather season begin from march and stay still may.
-Due to apparent northward movement of sun,the global heat belt sifts northward.
-Northern state experience hot weather but in peninsular india temperature remain lower due to moderating influence of oceans.
-The summer month experience rising in temperature and falling air pressure.
-A striking feature of hot weather season is "loo"
-Towards the closure of summer season,pre monsoon shower are common.
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The hot weathere season is from march to may.the hottest month is may.yhe temperature decrease from south to north.towards the end of may a low pressure draft develops extending from the desert in the west to chotanagpur in east.the air begins to circulate around
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?*The Hot Weather Season (Summer)? March to May is the hot weather season in India
* Temperatures upto 48 degree Celsius are experienced in North India.?
* However, Peninsular India experiences lower temperatures because of theinfluence of the ocean.?
?*A prominent trait of the summer season is the ?loo?.
*They are strong, hot anddry wind that blows during the day in North and Northwestern regions.?
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India experiences the hot weather season from the month of March to May.
During this season, there is apparent Northward movement of the sun.
The hot weather season has the following characteristics
. (i) There is overall increase in temperature e.g. the temperature of Northern plains is between 42 - 45°C and in the Deccan plateau between 35 — 38°C.
(ii) An elongated low-pressure area develops from Thar Desert (in North-West) to Patna and Chotanagpur plateau (in East and South-East) towards the end of May. From this low-pressure belt, the circulation of air begins.
(iii) In the Northern and^North-Westem plain, there is occurrence of ‘Loo’- strong, hot, dry wind.
(iv) In the Northern India, there is common occurrence of dust storm in May.
(v) There is also occurrence of localised thunderstorms associated with violent winds, torrential downpours, often accompanied by hailstorm at some places (e.g. West Bengal).
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  1. March is the hot weather season in India
  2. Temprature goes upto 48°c in NORTH INDIA
  3. Peninsular India feels lower temprature because of the influence of the ocean
  4. A prominent trait of the summer is loo
  5. They are strong, hot and dry winds that flows in summer in the northern part 
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The months of March, April and May are the summer months in India. Deccan Plateau records the highest day temperatures in March. Compared to northern India, peninsular India, remains cooler due to the influence of the oceans. The summer months are a period of exceedingly rising temperature and declining air pressure in the northern half of the country. Towards the end of May a lengthened low pressure area develops. It is called the monsoon low pressure trough. It stretches from the Thar Desert in the north-west to Patna and Chotanagpur plateau in the east-southeast. Circulation of air starts to set in round this trough.
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