How are monsoons and local winds related?
Local winds are when land heats up faster than water. Monsoon winds are a type of local winds. Monsoon winds is a seasonal wind, part of the year, wind blows from land to sea then it shifts. This shift results in large amounts of rain because winds are from the ocean.
there are 3 types of wind systems= permanent winds are also known as prevailing winds or planetary winds. it is sub divided in to the trade winds, anti trade winds, and polar winds. periodic winds are also known as seasonal winds or monsoons. they blow from water bodies to land. local winds blow in a limited area and have local significance. it is sub divided in to land and sea breeze , mountain and vally…
Burst of monsoons: the phenomena when the normal rainfall increases suddenly and continues constantly for several days are known as burst of the monsoons. Break in monsoons: Monsoons are interspersed with rainless intervals which are related to the movement of the monsoon trough. These wet and dry spells in the monsoons are known as break in monsoons.
Local winds can be caused by small temperature differences that exist within larger systems. Local winds can be strong, as with a downburst on the leading edge of a supercell. They can also produce locally strong winds, such as tornadoes. Local winds can cause property damage and harm to people and animals.