Indian Climate


Indian Climate

Tropical monsoonal country India denotes the effectivity of Northern mountain wall and peninsular marginal water bodies in the development of the consolidated spatial unit for climate analysis.

Indian Climate can be categorized as

  1. Dry winter season:

Extending between 15h December to 15th march during low sun positioning over India and thus prevalence of strong subtropical highs over India. Pressure profile ranges between 1014 to 1019 millibars.Thus  atmospheric  stability and offshore trade winds  facilitates the drier conditions typical to the season.

  1. Dry Summer season:

Temporarily extending between 15 march to 15 June this period represents the season of transition from high pleasure to low pressure on land as per the effectivity of apparent shift of sun towards north. This season incorporates the cascading northward shift of 42 degree C isotherm .By the beginning of April it is very well placed in the southern part of peninsula, by the month of May it marks its positioning in central India and by June it is excellently placed over the northern plains of the country.

  1. Advancing Monsoonal season:

Experienced between the temporal extensions of the 15th June to 15th September, this season is characterized with higher humidity levels, high temperature (up to 35 degree C) and precipitation of distinctive magnitude in the country. The significance of this season lays in the fact that precisely entire country experience precipitation due to the south west monsoonal winds.

The two branches of Arabian sea Branch and Bay of Bengal branch.

  1. Retreating Monsoon :

Extending between 15th September to 15th December, this season identifies reestablishment subtropical high over India .The most significant weather effectivity relating to this season is precipitation yielded by reestablished northeastern trade in coromondal coast.These winds thus are also referred to be North eastern monsoon. October heat is another significant weather condition developed during this season .It relates to the warm oppressive conditions of Northern plains as per the development of water logged profile due to successful monsoon season .This weather effectivity paves way to gradual reestablishment of dry winter season in the Indian climate analysis.

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