A study of changes in the pattern of cloud distribution associated with movement of depressions during the southwest monsoon season using satellite pictures
Charts of mean cloudiness and variability for the periods of movement of depressions during the southwest monsoon season of 1966 are presented. Similar charts have also been prepared for the periods when there were no depressions. A comparative study of the cloud patterns over the Indian Seas during periods of activity and periods when there no depressions was made. It is found that the cloud cover in the equatorial region undergoes considerable change during the monsoon season irrespective of the activity associated with the formation and movement of depressions.
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