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A western disturbance is an extratropical storm originating in the Mediterranean region that brings sudden winter rain to the northern parts of the Indian subcontinent, which extends as east as up to northern parts of Bangladesh and South eastern Nepal. It is a non-monsoonal precipitation pattern driven by the westerlies. The moisture in these storms usually originates over the Mediterranean Sea, the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea. Extratropical storms are a global phenomena with moisture usually carried in the upper atmosphere, unlike their tropical counterparts where the moisture is carried in the lower atmosphere. In the case of the Indian subcontinent, moisture is sometimes shed as rain when the storm system encounters the Himalayas. western disturbances are more frequent and strong in

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  • Se conocen como perturbaciones del oeste a un tipo de tormentas extratropical que se origina en la región mediterránea, que trae lluvia repentina de invierno a partes del noroeste del subcontinente indio.​​ Es un patrón de precipitaciones no monzónicas conducidas por los vientos del oeste. La humedad de estas tormentas normalmente se origina sobre el mar Mediterráneo y el océano Atlántico.​ Las tormentas extratropicales son fenómenos globales que acarrean humedad normalmente en la zona superior de la atmósfera, a diferencia de su contraparte tropical donde la humedad se asienta en la atmósfera más baja. En el caso del subcontinente indio, esta humedad a veces precipita en forma de lluvia cuando el sistema de tormenta se topa con el Himalaya.
  • A western disturbance is an extratropical storm originating in the Mediterranean region that brings sudden winter rain to the northern parts of the Indian subcontinent, which extends as east as up to northern parts of Bangladesh and South eastern Nepal. It is a non-monsoonal precipitation pattern driven by the westerlies. The moisture in these storms usually originates over the Mediterranean Sea, the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea. Extratropical storms are a global phenomena with moisture usually carried in the upper atmosphere, unlike their tropical counterparts where the moisture is carried in the lower atmosphere. In the case of the Indian subcontinent, moisture is sometimes shed as rain when the storm system encounters the Himalayas. western disturbances are more frequent and strong in
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  • Se conocen como perturbaciones del oeste a un tipo de tormentas extratropical que se origina en la región mediterránea, que trae lluvia repentina de invierno a partes del noroeste del subcontinente indio.​​ Es un patrón de precipitaciones no monzónicas conducidas por los vientos del oeste. La humedad de estas tormentas normalmente se origina sobre el mar Mediterráneo y el océano Atlántico.​ Las tormentas extratropicales son fenómenos globales que acarrean humedad normalmente en la zona superior de la atmósfera, a diferencia de su contraparte tropical donde la humedad se asienta en la atmósfera más baja. En el caso del subcontinente indio, esta humedad a veces precipita en forma de lluvia cuando el sistema de tormenta se topa con el Himalaya. Las perturbaciones del oeste son importantes para el desarrollo agrícola de cultivos rabi (cultivos de invierno), los cuales incluyen al trigo.​​
  • A western disturbance is an extratropical storm originating in the Mediterranean region that brings sudden winter rain to the northern parts of the Indian subcontinent, which extends as east as up to northern parts of Bangladesh and South eastern Nepal. It is a non-monsoonal precipitation pattern driven by the westerlies. The moisture in these storms usually originates over the Mediterranean Sea, the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea. Extratropical storms are a global phenomena with moisture usually carried in the upper atmosphere, unlike their tropical counterparts where the moisture is carried in the lower atmosphere. In the case of the Indian subcontinent, moisture is sometimes shed as rain when the storm system encounters the Himalayas. western disturbances are more frequent and strong in winter season. Western disturbances are important for the development of the Rabi crop , which includes the locally important staple wheat.
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