Frequent question: Which state of India receives rainfall both in winter and summer?

Which state of India receives rainfall both in summer and winter?

Answer: Eastern part of Tamilnadu in south India receive rainfall in summer because of Indian monsoon and in winter it receive rainfall because of retreat monsoon. Answer: Coromandel coast receives rainfall both in summer and winter.

Which state receives summer and winter rainfall?

The region in India which receives rainfall both in summer and winter are Punjab, Haryana and Tamil Nadu.

Which state of India receives rainfall in winter season?

Kerela and Tamil Nadu are the parts of India which recieve winter rainfall because these are the coastal regions found in the South which is affected by Western disturbances.

Which state receives rainfall in winter?

Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh are the states which receives winter rainfall.

Which city receives rainfall in winter?

Tamil Nadu receives rainfall two times a year once in monsoon season and another in the winter season. It receives winter rainfall due to the northeast trade winds which pick up moisture from the Bay of Bengal and sheds in Tamil Nadu.

Why does Tamil Nadu coast receives rainfall both in winter and summer?

During the monsoons, Tamil Nadu gets rain due to the extreme southwest trade winds blowing to the northern hemisphere. Due to the northeast air currents, Tamil Nadu receives rainfall in the winter season.

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Which city in India has equable climate?

Four cities in India experiencing equable climate are: Kolkata, Mumbai, Puri and Goa.

Which region has winter rains?

Mediterranean tropical land has winter rains.

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