Describe the regional variations in the climatic conditions of India with the help of suitable examples.
- Though there is an overall
unity in general pattern of monsoon, there are still some regional variations
in climatic conditions. The two important elements that cause these variations
are temperature and rainfall.
- For example in summer the
temperature is about 50 degrees in Rajasthan and on the same day it
is about 20 degrees in Pahalgam of Jammu and Kashmir.
- In the same way on a winter night
temperature at Drass it may be as low as minus 45 degrees and in Thiruvananthapuram
it is 20 degrees.