The South-East Trade Winds

The South-East trade winds are attracted towards the Indian sub-continent in the rainy season due to

  1. the development of cyclone over the equator
  2. the presence of low atmospheric pressure over North-West India
  3. the effect of easterlies
  4. the effect of Northern-East trade winds
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 8th August 2015 in Environment Science.
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    The presence of low atmospheric pressure over North-West India.

    The South-East trade winds are attracted towards the Indian sub-continent in the rainy season due to the presence of low atmospheric pressure over Noth-West India. The high temperature and the consequent low pressure takes the north-west in its grip from the middle of April, no rain starts in northern Indai till the middle of June. North-west India, comprising mainly of Rajasthan has very high temperature (45 degree C), due also to feature like sandy soil, direct insulation and lack of cloud cover.

    Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 3rd September 2015.
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