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Few words about Temperature & Weather Forecast of India:
According to "Koppen System", there are "Six" major subtypes of climates in India. Its influence gives birth to "Desserts" in "West." In "North", there are "Alpine Tundra’s" and "Glaciers." In the "South West Region", there is "rain Forests" with "Tropical Humid Regions." In the "Subcontinent of India, there is Indian ocean territories. All these regions are clustered together tightly along with "Micro Climates." India is subjected to four seasons. January to February it is "Winters." March to May it is "Summers." June to September "Monsoon" and October to December Post Monsoon.
Geology and Geography of Indian climate are essential elements. The Himalayan Range and the Thar dessert play a vital role in monsoonal effects all across India. It also has various other effects that are crucial for climatic changes. Himalayas are considered as the highest and largest range of mountains and it plays an influential role in bringing the icy winds from the plateau of Tibet and central Asia. This results to mild cold weather in Northern part of India. Only some parts of northern India. Same way most of the regions in India are kept hot during summers by "Thermal Dams."
There is a boundary between the "Subtropics" and "Tropics" and it is known as the "Tropic of Cancer." This Tropic of Cancer passes through midst of India and the part from where it passes is termed as having Tropical Climate. Some essential weather prototype can be sometimes unbalanced. Famine, Flood, Tsunamis, earthquakes are other disasters are erratic. However, whenever these natural disasters have occurred it has claimed millions of life in just moments. South Asia is likely to suffer from these natural disasters and climatic changes are likely to happen after these natural disasters. Scientist cannot predict when these natural disasters can happen. They even cannot predict what will be its effect and how severe it can be. Various reasons have been devised to know what the reasons of these natural disasters are. Global warming is increasing day by day and various reasons have been given but no prevention methods have been devised.
India gives home to various climatic conditions. There are varieties of exceptional climatic changes that happen in India. North tropical mountains receive heavy snowfall because of climatic conditions. Areas, which are at the peak of Himalayas, are mostly to have a greater rate of snowfall. Main reasons of influencing climate conditions in India are the Himalayan Range and the Thar Dessert. However, one benefit of having the Himalayas is that it stops the subzero winds to enter some particular latitudes. In this work of Himalayas, Hindu Kush mountain range in Pakistan gives a helping hand. Thar dessert also has an important role to play as it attracts the monsoon winds between June and October. It helps in rainfall in India. In totality, there are seven climatic zones in India, which comprises of four seasons. These seasons are put in these climatic ranges depending upon their traits. Grouping of the climate is done according to "Koppen Climate Classification System."
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) designates four official seasons:
- From December to April, it is the time of having season of winter. Coldest months are mostly December and January. During these months, temperature comes to "10-16 °C. This temperature is faced in Northwest Region. Areas, which are near to the equator, have a raise in temperature and it comes to 20 to 25 °C. This climatic change is mostly at Southeast part of Asia.
- Pre-Monsoon season or summer season starts from April and ends in June. This extends to July in some parts of North in India. In most of the regions especially in Southern and Western regions, April is considered as the hottest month where temperature soars to new heights. In most parts, the temperature increases to approximately 43°C
- From June until September, it is the rainy season. During this season, climate is mostly filled with humidity. This humid climate along with rains is experienced in complete Southwest regions. Monsoon season mostly begins on end of "MAY" or during "June." Monsoon rains are tend to fade way from Northern regions in October and goes to the Southern regions of India. That is the reason; Southern regions receive more rainfall during October and November.
- October to December is the Post monsoon season, but in southern part of India, there are heavy rainfalls.
Traditionally speaking, India experiences six types of climates, which is divided into twelve months. If one goes according to Indian calendar then an individual will certainly find six climatic conditions.
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