Monsoons are strong, violent winds that reverse with the seasons. They often are accompanied by heavy rainfall. The term was first used to describe winds and rain in India blowing in from the Indian Ocean, but now is used more widely to refer to any region’s climate that receives the bulk of its rainfall in one season.
A monsoon is a powerful wind that changes directions with the seasons. They are heavily associated with India, which is the original source of the word and are a defining feature of the climate there. They blow from the land seaward in the winter months and from the sea towards the land in the summer.
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