On the Formation of Monsoon Depressions in the Bay of Bengal
Keywords:cyclone, Monsoon depression, Vorticity.
The role of the upper tropospheric perturbations in the formation of monsoon depressions in the Bay of Bengal has been examined. From a study of these flow patterns, it is found that cyclonic development at sea level occurs when and where an area of positive vorticity advection in the upper troposphere becomes superimposed upon a preexisting trough at Sea level Other factors affecting cyclogenesis at sea level during the southwest monsoon period are also pointed out.
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