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PostSubject: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Tue Mar 24, 2009 8:25 pm

what is the difference bwn south-west monsoons & north-east monsoons:?:

is north-east monsoon & retriving monsoons the same:?:

why wheat in punjab is of higher quality than the rest:?:

ans them fast No
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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Tue Mar 24, 2009 9:31 pm

1. south west monsoons
- are experienced durin the monsoon season (june-sep)
- bring rain to almost every part of india
- blows over the arabian sea as well as the bay of bengal

north east monsoons
- are experienced durin the winter season(dec-feb)
- bring rain to only tamil nadu
- blows over bay of bengal only

2. no they aren't the same cause north east monsoons are formed over the interior of india due the developed high pressure while retreating monsoons are nothin but south west monsoons that gradually withdraw from india during the retreatin monsoon season.

3. i think its cause of the western disturbances blowin from the mediterranean sea towards punjab during winter. these winds bring rainfall to punjab and hence make the wheat grains more bulkier and of higher quality.
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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Wed Mar 25, 2009 2:52 pm

thnx dude? may i know ur identity
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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Wed Mar 25, 2009 3:03 pm

thnx 123 Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Wed Mar 25, 2009 6:19 pm

...i guesss retreating monsoons nd north east monsoons are saame??????????
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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Wed Mar 25, 2009 7:58 pm

nooo..123 is rite on..
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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Wed Mar 25, 2009 8:59 pm

North-East Monsoon (Retreating Monsoon)

Around September, with the sun fast retreating south, the northern land mass of the Indian subcontinent begins to cool off rapidly. With this air pressure begins to build over northern India. The Indian Ocean and its surrounding atmosphere still holds its heat. This causes the cold wind to sweep down from the Himalayas and Indo-Gangetic Plain towards the vast spans of the Indian Ocean south of the Deccan peninsular. This is known as the North-East Monsoon or Retreating Monsoon.

While traveling towards the Indian Ocean, the dry cold wind picks up some moisture from the Bay of Bengal and pours it over peninsular India. Cities like Chennai, which get less rain from the South-West Monsoon, receives rain from the Retreating Monsoon. About 50% - 60% of the rain received by the state of Tamil Nadu is from the North-East Monsoon

It is worth noting that North-East Monsoon (or the Retreating Monsoon) is not able to bring as much rain as the South-West Monsoon.
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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Wed Mar 25, 2009 9:03 pm

Post-monsoon
During the post-monsoon months of October to December, a different monsoon cycle, the northeast (or "retreating") monsoon, brings dry, cool, and dense Central Asian air masses to large parts of India. Winds spill across the Himalayas and flow to the southwest across the country, resulting in clear, sunny skies Though the India Meteorological Department (IMD) and other sources refers to this period as a fourth ("post-monsoon") season, other sources designate only three seasons. Depending on location, this period lasts from October to November, after the southwest monsoon has peaked. Less and less precipitation falls, and vegetation begins to dry out. In most parts of India, this period marks the transition from wet to dry seasonal conditions. Average daily maximum temperatures range between 28 C and 34 C (8293 F).
The northeast monsoon, which begins in September, lasts through the post-monsoon seasons, and only ends in March, carries winds that have already lost their moisture while crossing central Asia and the vast rain shadow region lying north of the Himalayas. They cross India diagonally from northeast to southwest. However, the large indentation made by the Bay of Bengal into India's eastern coast means that the flows are humidified before reaching Cape Comorin and rest of Tamil Nadu, meaning that the state, and also some parts of Kerala, experience significant precipitation in the post-monsoon and winter periods. However, parts of West Bengal, Orissa, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and North-East India also receive minor precipitation from the northeast monsoon


from all dis itzz clear k NE monsons nd reatreating monsoons r same.!! Basketball
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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Wed Mar 25, 2009 11:32 pm

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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Thu Mar 26, 2009 12:52 am

kanika

sorry to say this..you have completely mistaken the whole concept....NE monsoon and retreating monsoons are entirely different....read it:

Retreating monsoon-
-occurs in Oct-Nov
-it is the withdrawal of the SW monsoon winds, due to the lessening of the pressure gradient:
During oct nov, sun apparantly starts moving from the equator towards the T of capricorn...so, sunrays fall slantly on T of Cancer...so, land cools faster than sea...thus, pressure over land starts increasing, and pressure over sea starts decreasing...

now, think abt the previous season os SW monsoon...it ocured bcoz pressure over the sea was more n pressure over land was less....so, now during retreating season, reverse process just begins...so, now, SW monsoon effect starts decreases...it begins to withdraw frm the land...these are onshore winds

NW monsoon

-occurs frm dec to feb...
- during dec, its winter solstice...so, pressure has entirely reversed...got it? now, the wind blows from land to sea...offshore winds

i hope you got my point....
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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Thu Mar 26, 2009 2:13 am

ok thanxx anu!!!!!! ..i think it was a bit confusion now xclear thanx a lot!!
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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Thu Mar 26, 2009 9:48 am

thanks anu... Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Thu Mar 26, 2009 8:58 pm

great guys thnx Very Happy cheers
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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Thu Mar 26, 2009 10:37 pm

thanx anu...
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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Fri Mar 27, 2009 11:11 pm

me to thot they were d same........thnz a looooooooootttt....ANU !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Sat Mar 28, 2009 11:14 am

THANKSSSSSS
ANU !!!!
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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Sat Mar 28, 2009 7:48 pm

thanks from me too
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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Sat Mar 28, 2009 11:35 pm

ya anu thanx a lot!!
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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Mon Mar 30, 2009 5:50 pm

everybody is welcome!!

oops..now no confusion for anybody!

NW n retreating winds are different!!! Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Wed Apr 01, 2009 8:01 pm

thanks anu even i thought tht both r the same
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PostSubject: Re: (mungaru malle)monsoons........ Tue Oct 19, 2010 1:30 pm

sorry to say this..you have completely mistaken the whole concept....NE monsoon and retreating monsoons are entirely different....read it:

Retreating monsoon-
-occurs in Oct-Nov
-it is the withdrawal of the SW monsoon winds, due to the lessening of the pressure gradient:
During oct nov, sun apparantly starts moving from the equator towards the T of capricorn...so, sunrays fall slantly on T of Cancer...so, land cools faster than sea...thus, pressure over land starts increasing, and pressure over sea starts decreasing...

now, think abt the previous season os SW monsoon...it ocured bcoz pressure over the sea was more n pressure over land was less....so, now during retreating season, reverse process just begins...so, now, SW monsoon effect starts decreases...it begins to withdraw frm the land...these are onshore winds
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