Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or relating to monsoons; of regular or periodical occurrence: said of winds.
- adj. Relating to monsoons.
“Now, as we head further to the south and east, we're getting what's known as monsoonal moisture across Arizona, meaning we're getting heavy rain from Phoenix to Tucson and especially in and around areas of southern New Mexico.”
“Pakistan is sporadic and seasonal "monsoonal" rainfall.”
“A monsoonal low brought torrential downpours to northern Australia last week.”
“Across the Pacific, a monsoonal band of rain brought flooding to several Queensland towns in Australia.”
“They provide near real-time observations of conditions such as heat and salinity patterns, which drive the climate and monsoonal systems that bring rain to Australia.”
“Days of heavy monsoonal rains have caused floods devastating northwestern Pakistan.”
“Days of heavy monsoonal rains have brought severe floods to northwest Pakistan, where an estimated 430 people have been killed.”
“Torrential monsoonal rainfall has affected 14 million people (6 million children) in Pakistan.”
“As air was pumped into the upper stratosphere by monsoonal Asian winds it created a high pressure condition thousands of miles away conducive to heat waves now blanketing Russia.”
“Cooperation can offer positive sum benefits like providing cheap, renewable regional hydroelectric power and evening out the wide, monsoonal variations in river flows.”
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