How Are Monsoons Formed?

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Monsoon winds are caused when the Sun heats the atmosphere. It is a shift in wind that occurs due to a change in local weather. Simply speaking, when, there are differences in temperatures between the oceans and the continents, monsoon winds occur. You can find more information here: http://www.scienceclarified.com/Ma-Mu/Monsoon.html
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Monsoons are seasonal winds that bring torrential rains in the summer and sunny and dry weather in the winter. These winds blow in response to differences in temperature between air
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moonsoons are by the wind direction and it can cause a lot of damage.
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The monsoons are seasonal winds that bring torrential rains in the summer and sunny and dry weather in the
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By way of strong wind.
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