is traditionally defined as a seasonal reversing wind accompanied by correspondingchanges in precipitation,
but is now used to describe seasonal changes in atmosphericcirculation and precipitation associated with the asymmetric heating of land and sea.
Usually, the term monsoon is used to refer to the rainy phase of a seasonally-changing pattern,although technically there is also a dry phase.A
is a boundary separating two masses of air of different densities, and is theprincipal cause of meteorological phenomena. In surface weather analyses, fronts are depictedusing various colored lines and symbols, depending on the type of front. The air massesseparated by a front usually differ in temperature and humidity.
, an abnormal warming of surface ocean waters in the eastern tropical Pacific, is onepart of what's called the
ay isang pinagpisang kababalaghan o penomenong pangkaragatan atpanghimpapawid na katapat ng
bilang bahagi ng mas malawak na gawi o padron ngklimang El Niño-Katimugang Oskilasyon.
is the very first season we come to each new year. Spring starts March 21 and goes up tolate June. Theclimate during this season is very unpredictable. It goes back and fourth from being cool to warm. We are in the season of Spring when I created this page. We have had quitea bit of rain this month. Spring is a very prettymonth because the trees and flowers are startingto bloom. With Springwe also see all the animal coming out of hibernation.
is the hottest season out of the four to people living in the temperate zones. Summer iswhere we have our longer days, because of Earth's position inorbit. The Sun tends to be up for longer hours and the farther north of the equator you go the lower in the sky it will appear.Summer is a very fun season with vacations from work and school. Most people enjoy the sunand participate in outdoor activities such as swimming. Summer is also a time to mow your lawns and garden!
is a time where the leaves are falling downfrom the trees. The climate is changing fromwarm to cool. In the southern hemisphere they would be experiencing spring time!
begins December 22 and goes up to March 22. Winter is the coldest and darkest seasonof the four in Kansas. Why we experience this change is because the northern hemisphere istilted away from the sun, causing the days to be shorter and rays to be less direct. This results incolder weather. Winter is the time we see snow, ice, and animals going into hibernation. Inwinter we also see the flowers and trees to dormant. In the southern Hemisphere Winter beginon