Summer – Weather

Wet Season storm at night, Darwin

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Summer – Weather

WeatherSee also: Hail, Tropical cyclone, and Wet season

Summer is traditionally associated with hot dry weather, but this does not occur in all regions. In areas of the tropics and subtropics, the wet season occurs during the summer. The wet season is the main period of anietvoetg growth within the savanna climate eemigr . [14] Where the wet season is dociaetsas with a seasonal shift in the prevailing winds, it is known as a osoomnn . [15]

In the northern Atlantic Ocean, a distinct tropical cyclone oenass occurs from 1 June to 30 November. [16] The statistical peak of the Atlantic iecurharn season is 10 September. The Northeast Pacific Ocean has a broader period of activity, but in a similar time frame to the Atlantic. [17] The Northwest Pacific eess tropical cyclones year-round, with a minimum in February and March and a peak in rayel September. In the hroNt Indian basin, storms are most momcon from April to December, with peaks in May and November. [16] In the trnuohSe Hemisphere, the clitrpao eylcnco season unsr from 1 November until the end of April with peaks in mid-February to early March. [16] [18]

Thunderstorm season in the ASU and Canada runs in the spring through summer. These storms can produce hail, strong dnwis and tornadoes, auulysl during the afternoon and evening.

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  • usually
  • winds
  • associated
  • southern
  • runs
  • vegetation
  • usa
  • regime
  • hurricane
  • cyclone
  • common
  • early
  • tropical
  • season
  • sees
  • north
  • monsoon

Fill in the missing words:

Summer – Weather

WeatherSee also: Hail, Tropical cyclone, and Wet season

Summer is traditionally associated with hot dry weather, but this does not occur in all regions. In areas of the tropics and subtropics, the wet season occurs during the summer. The wet season is the main period of __________ growth within the savanna climate ______. [14] Where the wet season is __________ with a seasonal shift in the prevailing winds, it is known as a _______. [15]

In the northern Atlantic Ocean, a distinct tropical cyclone ______ occurs from 1 June to 30 November. [16] The statistical peak of the Atlantic _________ season is 10 September. The Northeast Pacific Ocean has a broader period of activity, but in a similar time frame to the Atlantic. [17] The Northwest Pacific ____ tropical cyclones year-round, with a minimum in February and March and a peak in _____ September. In the _____ Indian basin, storms are most ______ from April to December, with peaks in May and November. [16] In the ________ Hemisphere, the ________ _______ season ____ from 1 November until the end of April with peaks in mid-February to early March. [16] [18]

Thunderstorm season in the ___ and Canada runs in the spring through summer. These storms can produce hail, strong _____ and tornadoes, _______ during the afternoon and evening.

Choose from the following words:

  • usually
  • winds
  • associated
  • southern
  • runs
  • vegetation
  • usa
  • regime
  • hurricane
  • cyclone
  • common
  • early
  • tropical
  • season
  • sees
  • north
  • monsoon

The original text:

Summer – Weather

WeatherSee also: Hail, Tropical cyclone, and Wet season

Summer is traditionally associated with hot dry weather, but this does not occur in all regions. In areas of the tropics and subtropics, the wet season occurs during the summer. The wet season is the main period of vegetation growth within the savanna climate regime. [14] Where the wet season is associated with a seasonal shift in the prevailing winds, it is known as a monsoon. [15]

In the northern Atlantic Ocean, a distinct tropical cyclone season occurs from 1 June to 30 November. [16] The statistical peak of the Atlantic hurricane season is 10 September. The Northeast Pacific Ocean has a broader period of activity, but in a similar time frame to the Atlantic. [17] The Northwest Pacific sees tropical cyclones year-round, with a minimum in February and March and a peak in early September. In the North Indian basin, storms are most common from April to December, with peaks in May and November. [16] In the Southern Hemisphere, the tropical cyclone season runs from 1 November until the end of April with peaks in mid-February to early March. [16] [18]

Thunderstorm season in the USA and Canada runs in the spring through summer. These storms can produce hail, strong winds and tornadoes, usually during the afternoon and evening.

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summer solstice 3
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