Why is South India is warmer than North India?

Why the southern part of the India is hotter?

Climate in South India is generally hotter and more humid due to its coasts. Though the Tropic of Cancer—the boundary that is between the tropics and subtropics—passes through the middle of India, the bulk of the country can be regarded as climatically tropical.

Why is the South so hot?

While temperature becomes progressively colder the farther north/south you go, the Southern Hemisphere is somewhat warmer than the North on average, because, compared to the North, it has less land and more water, which better conserves heat than land.

Why is the hot weather season in south India not as intense as in North India?

This region also has a predominantly coastal climate because of the Arabian Sea towards the west and the Indian Ocean to the South. … The summers are not as hot as northern regions but the humidity is extreme. Monsoon strikes between late April and July. The coastal areas experience the cool sea breezes.

Is South or North India hotter?

South India is warmer than North India as it is close to the equator. It has equable climate throughout the year neither very hot nor very cold as it is close to the coast. The north India is far from the equator and is hot in summer and cold in winter (extreme climate) because it is away from the coast.

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Which part of India is hottest?

Churu currently is the hottest place in the country with a maximum temperature of 42.1 degrees Celsius. Followed by Pilani, again in Rajasthan with a maximum temperature of 41.7 degrees Celsius. Sawai Madhopur is at third with mercury there reaching 41.6 degrees Celsius.

Is South warm or cold?

Both the Arctic (North Pole) and the Antarctic (South Pole) are cold because they don’t get any direct sunlight. However, the South Pole is a lot colder than the North Pole.

Really cold, or really, really cold?

Time of year Average (mean) temperature
North Pole South Pole
Summer 32° F (0° C) −18° F (−28.2° C)

Why is South India less cold in winter than north?

India is situated just above the equator line (towards the northern side) and the Southern region of India is much closer to the equator than the Northern half of India. Therefore, the south in winter is warmer than the cooler north of India.

Why there is no winter in South India?

While the maximum temperatures are between 30 and 33 degree Celsius, the minimum varies from 18 to 25 degree Celsius. The variations appear all over south India. “It is because of the high pressure that is common at this time of the year over the Indian peninsula. The moisture content is zero, there is no humidity.

Why does the temperature decreases from south to north?

Hence the drops in the temperature are created by the movement of the isotherms and pressure patterns in the north and south. Thus the place near the equator is hotter and the place far away far is are less hotter etc.

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