Weather Climate Seasons
The climatic conditions of India can be categorised in terms of an annual cycle of seasons. Four main seasons are :
- The Cold Weather Season ( December – February )
- It begins in mid – November in north India and continues till February – March.
- The average temperature in the Northern plains is 10°- 15°C and 25°C in south India.
- Winds blow from the high pressure areas of Northwest India to low pressure areas.
- The weather is fine and really delightful.
- Light winter rains are followed by cold waves in the northern parts. Coromondal coast also receives rains caused by North – eastern winds.
- The Hot Weather Season ( March – May )
- Temperature rises and air pressure falls.
- Temperature ranges from 41°C – 42°C in the northwestern India.
- In the north – west region the dry and hot winds ( loo ) blow.
- The Advancing Monsoon Season ( June – September )
- South – west monsoon winds travel over the Indian ocean through Arabian sea and Bay of Bengal and bring rains almost all over the country.
- The rain – bearing winds blow at an average speed of 30 km per hour.
- About three – fourth of rainfall in India is received in this season.
- The Retreating Monsoon Season ( October – November )
- The monsson retreats from Punjab and Rajasthan and then from the entire peninsula from September to November.
- The retreat of the monsoons is marked by clear skies and decrease in temperature.
- The north – east trade winds take over, and coastal Tamil Nadu receives rainfall due to these winds from October to December.
- In the second half of October the mercury begins to fall rapidly.
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