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opposites of monsoon

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India’s parliament was operational on a Sunday for the first time ever, because the pandemic delayed and shortened the monsoon session.
In just one example, Robertson and colleagues recently developed detailed subseasonal forecasts of monsoon rains over northern India.
So when the summer monsoon rains arrived nearly 16 days later than usual, farmers were able to delay planting their rice and other crops until closer to the time of the monsoon, Acharya says.
Ethiopian officials have explained that the dam’s gates are not closed, and that the water pool is caused by an inflow of flood after heavy monsoon rains.
These vessels make only one voyage in the year, and always move with the monsoon.
Falstaff is alone in the literature of the world; but if ever there came a later Falstaff, Monsoon was the man.
The "change of the monsoon," in September and October, is often marked by violent hurricanes.
The latter ceases with dramatic abruptness with the first fall of monsoon rain.
It was the beginning of the monsoon, and we went bowling down towards Port Darwin, a crowd of Malay proas in our wake.
This refers to the monsoon; if it is unfavourable the ships cannot get up the Red Sea.

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