Southwest monsoon rainfall in Gangetic West Bengal and its association with upper air flow
The day-to-day occurrence of rainfall over Gangetic West Bengal during three monsoon seasons was studied in the light of the upper air flow patterns and it was notice d that the rainfall occurs mostly due to the upper divergence ahead of upper easterly waves which move across the area, Details of the structure and other characteristics of these easterly wave troughs are given. A study of the occurrence of fast winds and their relationship to the rainfall over Gangetic West Bengal is also included.
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