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Rainy Season

The Rainy Season begins in India when the South West Monsoon winds begin to blow over this country. The season is felt in the months of Asaadha and Shravana as per the Oriya calendar. But in fact it lasts in India from the second week of June till the end of September.

 The Rainy Season will come after the Summer months. So this season gives relief to everyone. We enjoy rains. Frequently this rains for days together. Water levels goes up. Trees look a lot more green. On the rainy day the atmosphere stays covered with clouds. The sun continues to be hidden behind the clouds. Sometimes low-pressure happens also it leads to heavy rain.

Tanks as well as pools are filled along with water. Within this season the colour of the water in water turns yellow because of the particles of mud. Streets come to be muddy. Rain water flows around the roads. Small kids prepare paper boats as well as move them over the flow of water.

The Rainy Season is useful to us in many methods. The earth that was dry becomes cool as well as soft. The environment becomes cool and comfortable. The air within this season will be free from dust. Rain is helpful within agriculture. Farmers come to be happy to get adequate rain in this season. We have many kinds of vegetables in this season. If there is lots of rain water, then it is preserved in dams to the hydro-electricity as well as irrigation purpose. Hence we must be thankful for this season.

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Kashmir Climate’s

State Jammu as well as Kashmir extends among 32.17o in order to 36.58o To the north and also the altitude goes up considerably through 305 metre distances in order to 6910 metre distances over ocean degree. You will find the flatlands from the Jammu State as well as very coldest dried out tableland associated with Ladakh. The region offers various climate conditions in various locations due to the high hills such as the Pirpanjal, the actual Zanskar and also the Karakoram which what is moisture-laden through getting into the actual miles.

Within high seasons, the exterior flatlands and also the external hillsides get rainwater through monsoon wind gusts during winter seasons, wind gusts through the Mediterranean sea trigger compacted snow as well as rainwater within the Area associated with Kashmir. The actual moisture-laden wind gusts trigger rainwater within the jungles within the hillsides the temperatures in order to along with summer time; therefore, the actual heavily wooded places for example Pahalgam as well as Gulmarg possess less severe climate conditions compared to that Srinagar or even Sopore. Likewise, the actual environment from the area associated with Kashmir is actually relatively less severe compared to that the exterior Flatlands currently upon greater altitude.

The initial weather conditions present in the actual area from the Center Hills as well as its miles, tend to be based on the actual altitude, which decides the level of greatness as well as degree of lift are anticipation as well as summer time temperatures. Winter seasons tend to be chilly associated with lengthy length along with growing altitude, this will get cooler nevertheless, until there is certainly compacted snow within the greater hills. High seasons, still tend to be less severe tend to be really brief. Winter seasons final through Nov in order to Mar. Springtime starts right after fifteenth associated with Mar and weighty rainwater throughout the time of year. Landslides frequently occur in this time of year. Moisture within the monsoon time of year extending more than This summer as well as Aug is really as higher because 70 percent along with growing temperatures within high seasons could be unpleasant. In this time of year, the whole area is actually protected having a thicker haze obstructing surrounding hills through see.

The seasons are marked with sudden change and a year can be roughly divided into six seasons of two months each:

1. Spring – From March 15 to May 15.
2. Summer – From May 15 to July 15.
3. Rainy Season – From July 15 to Sept. 15.
4. Autumn – From Sept. 15 to Nov. 15.
5. Winter – From Nov. 15 to Jan 15.
6. Ice Cold – From Jan. 15 to March 15.