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Are monsoons part of primary ,secondary or tertiary circulation? Give a reason for your answer
Weegy: Your answer is secondary circulation User: Why monsoons part is secondary circulation Weegy: To maintain the energy balance the air starts flowing from the oceans (high pressure) to the land (low pressure) bringing in the moisture rich southwest winds across southern Asia - the 'wet' phase. [ From June-September, the Asian continent begins to super-heat and become a low-pressure area as the heated air rises. Meanwhile the Indian Ocean is under a subtropical high-pressure cycle. The temperature difference between the land and sea can be as much as 20°C - land temperatures in India can even exceed 45°C, while the surrounding water in the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea remains in the low 20s. As a result, warm, wet winds blow onshore. When these warm, wet winds reach the warm landmass and the Himalaya Mountains, the air rises, water vapour condenses, and precipitation results. ] (More)
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