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Indian Climate — Seasons The cold weather season or winter season, The hot weather season or summer season, The south-west monsoon season or Rainy season, and The season of the retreating monsoon or cool season.
Winter Season in India November — March. Clear sky, pleasant weather, low temperature, low humidity, high range of temperature, cool and slow north-east trade winds.
The diurnal range of temperature, especially in interior parts of the country, is very high. Here there is no distinctly defined winter weather. Pressure in Winter Season High air pressure prevails over large parts of north-west India due to low temperatures coupled with divergence induced by the ridge of the STJ.
Pressure is comparatively lower in south India. The winds start blowing from high pressure area of north-west to low pressure area of south-east.
The wind velocity is low due to low pressure gradient. The path of the winds depend on pressure gradient and physiography. Western Disturbances in Winter Season The spell of fine weather over north-western and northern India is often broken due to inflow of western disturbances.
They intensify over Rajasthan, Punjab, and Haryana. They move eastwards across the sub-Himalayan belt up to Arunachal Pradesh. They cause light rain in the Indus-Ganga plains and snowfall in the Himalayan belt. Fog lowers visibility and causes great inconvenience for transportation.
Tropical Cyclones in Winter Season This is the season of least tropical cyclone activity. The frequency of tropical cyclones decreases with the advancement of the season.
The storms which are born in the Bay of Bengal strike Tamil Nadu and bring heavy rainfall. Some of them cross the southern peninsula over to the Arabian Sea. Some storms originate in the Arabian Sea and move towards either north or west.
The highest seasonal rainfall of about 75 cm between October and December. Most of it occurs along the south-eastern coast of Tamil Nadu and adjoining parts of Andhra Pradesh.
Thereafter, it gradually decreases. The western disturbances also cause a little rainfall in north-west India. The amount of rainfall gradually decreases from the north and north-west to east it is opposite in rainy season. The northeastern part of India also gets rainfall during the winter months.
Summer Season in India High temperature and low humidity are the chief characteristics. Sometimes referred to as pre-monsoon period. The southern parts of the country are distinctly warmer in March and April whereas in June, north India has higher temperatures.
In June the maximum temperature is in Punjab and Haryana. The highest temperatures are recorded just before the onset of the southwest monsoons late May. The diurnal range of temperature is also very high. The maximum summer temperatures are comparatively lower in the costal and southern peninsular regions due to moderating effect of the sea.
The temperatures along the west coast are comparatively lower than those prevailing on the east coast due to the prevailing westerly winds. There is large contrast between land and sea temperatures. Northern and central parts of India experience heat waves in this season.
From here they spread over Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. The strong north westerly winds caused due to strong divergence in north-west India with a long land journey over hot regions check the onward march of the sea breeze over eastern coastal belt and create heat wave conditions over Odisha and Andhra Pradesh.
The heat waves strike by the end of April and their maximum occurrence is in May. They last till the onset of southwest monsoon.
The normal duration of heat waves is 4 to 5 days. Pressure in Summer Season The atmospheric pressure is low all over the country due to high temperature. But strong dynamically induced divergence over north-west India prevents the onset of south-west monsoons.
Winds in Summer Season There is a marked change in the direction and speed of the winds from winter.Mar 07, · 10 Lines on Winter Season India in English. Winter is the most loved season in India. It starts after monsoon season. December and January are the coolest months.
Temperature falls more in northern India compared to the southern part of the country. Days are enjoyable in winter but nights are chilly.
A typical winter day is shorter than night/5(16). A Premier League winter break would be introduced for the season Plans for a two-week Premier League winter break could be announced before the end of this season.
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Monsoons. Monsoons dominate India’s climate. Monsoons are strong, often violent winds that change direction with the season. Monsoon winds blow from cold to warm regions because cold air takes up more space than warm air. Enjoyment of winter squash can help boost your nutrient intake in every major nutrient category. Among the macronutrients, you get about one-fourth of our daily recommended fiber from a single one-cup serving. You also get about 10% of our daily recommended intake level for a very important type of. List Of Seasonal Fruits In India. The study has shown that all the fruits available during the seasons have high nutritional value when consumed in the season. Now with advanced farming techniques, all fruits all available throughout the year. but winter fruits offer the perfect possibility to experiment with some of the courageous.
Lohri Festival is celebrated with great pomp in North India.