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 formed when the sun starts to heat up the land during summer months. When the land is close to the ocean, the air over the land grows warmer and rises ...
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