ARIZONA MONSOON TIME SCALE (Basics of the Arizona Monsoon Time Scale)

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ARIZONA MONSOON TIME SCALE (Basics of the Arizona Monsoon Time Scale)

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The Arizona Monsoon is a well-defined meteorological event (technically called a meteorological singularity) that occurs during the summer throughout the southwest portion of North America. During the winter time, the primary wind flow in Arizona is from the west or northwest from California and Nevada. As we move into the summer, the winds shifts to a Southerly or Southeasterly direction moisture streams northward from the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. This shift produces a radical change in moisture conditions State wide. Such a change, together with daytime heating, is the key to the Arizona Monsoon. KEY WORDS: Arizona Monsoon, Indian monsoon Time Scale, Chronological sequence, Main path of the Indian Monsoon Astrogeophysical/Astrometeorological Phenomena. INTRODUCTION:

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