Predispostion of the Upper Air Structure in March to May over India to the subsequent Monsoon Rainfall of the Peninsula
In search of new factors for foreshadowing, monsoon rainfall in the Indian Peninsula, radiosonde data of various stations in India have been tried. High correlation coefficients between contour heights at certain stations and Peninsula rainfall series have enabled us to choose a number of useful factors. Regression equations have been worked out using suitable combinations of these factors. The closeness of the estimates obtained with the help of these regression formulae, to the actual rainfall values suggests the potentialities of these factors as forecasting tools.
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