What are Trade Winds, Monsoon Winds, and Loo ?
Asked by sm_tomar | 1st Aug, 2018, 08:44: PM
The trade winds are the pattern of easterly surface winds found in the tropical region within the lower portion of the Earth's atmosphere near the Earth's equator.
Monsoon winds are also called seasonal reversing winds which are accompanied by changes in precipitation and describes the changes in atmospheric circulation and asymmetric heating of land and sea.
Loo is the strong, dusty, hot summer winds blowing from west to the western Indo-Gangetic plains of North India and Pakistan.
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 2nd Aug, 2018, 04:25: PM
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