|Table of contents
|Advancing Monsoon (The Rainy Season)
|Characteristics of the Monsoon
|Retreating/ Post Monsoons
|Vagaries of the Monsoons in India
|Distribution Of Precipitation In The Country
The onset of the South West Monsoons
Pattern of Rainfall in the Northern Plains
Pattern of Rainfall in Peninsular India
Mumbai receives rainfall in summer while Chennai has in winter
Western Rajasthan has the desert type of climate
(The Transition Season)
During October-November, the monsoon trough of low pressure becomes weaker and is gradually replaced by high pressure. The outreach of the monsoon becomes unsustainable and it starts withdrawing gradually. This is known as the retreat of the monsoon.
|1. What are the characteristics of the monsoon season?
|2. What are the retreating/post monsoons?
|3. What are the vagaries of the monsoons in India?
|4. How is the distribution of precipitation in India during the monsoon season?
|5. How to advance monsoon affect different regions of India?