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They blow during the months of October to DecemberThis is a season of transition between the hot, rainy season and the cold, dry seasonCharacterised by oppressive head and humidity known as "October Heat"They blow in the S.W. direction but are not strong enough to blow right into the Norther Plain.The withdraw in stages which results in decreasing rainThey blow during the months of January to mid March.This is the cold weather seasonThis is a very pleasant season with low temperatures, low humidity, clear skies.These winds blow in N.E direction from the land to the sea.They do not give rain.<< Back to Climate of India       << Back to HOME

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