Not quite. A monsoon is a seasonal prevailing wind that lasts for several months. It is caused by development of a low temperature zone over a land mass.
A typhoon is a cyclone that forms in the northwest Pacific Ocean (to the west of the international date line). Storms from the Eastern and Central Pacific crossing the date line are re-designated as typhoons; to the east of the line they are called hurricanes.
A typhoon is when a tornado forms over the Pacific Ocean, and it’s peak season is from August to October. It follows three paths: straight, recurving and northward. A monsoon is cause by the by thermal low over a land mass near an ocean, typically in the subtropics region. It is a seasonal prevailing wind that can last for months and its regions include North America, South America, Sub-Saharan Africa, Australia and East Asia.
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