A northeasterly squall at Dum Dum airport during the pre-monsoon season of 1957-A radar study
A northeasterly squall which struck Dum Dum airport during the premonsoon season of 1957 was studied with the help of the meteorological radar installed at the Meteorological Office, Dum Dum airport, Calcutta. It has been shown that the movement of the isolated Cb cells may be controlled by the prevailing upper winds at. 10,000 ft and above. The wind currents upto 5000 ft have been found to be responsible for the movement of the northeasterly squall lines in the Gangetic West Bengal.
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