Geography

In May-June each year, the monsoon winds approach the southern tip of India from ________.


ANSWER

south-westerly direction


SOLUTION
south-westerly direction
In May-June each year, the monsoon winds approach the southern tip of India from South-westerly direction because winds blow from high to low pressure, warm moisture-laden air moves south-westerly direction from the sea over to India in the north and North East and is deflected by the Coriolis force as the Earth spins. It is this moist air current which is popularly known as the south-west monsoon.
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