Monsoon Rain?


Monsoon rain is heavy rain that occurs in some parts of the world. It is seasonal and is caused by cyclic air movements. This is especially the case, if a mass of land is near an ocean.
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Monsoon rain is a geographical phenomenon caused by cyclic air movements changing with the time of year. To work well, a large land mass needs to be close to a large ocean. Monsoon rain is seasonal and occurs in certain regions of the Earth, India being one of the best known examples.
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