Q. 45.0( 2 Votes )

Kochi has a lesser annual range of temperature than Agra. Explain.

Answer :

i. Kochi is situated nearer to sea whereas Agra is in north surrounded by land.


ii. Monsoon and winds pick up moisture present in Kochi at a larger level and cause rainfall more frequently than Agra.


iii. Kochi’s location (near to sea) is the reason of lesser annual range 25 to 30 degrees both in summer and winter.


iv. Agra experience very hot in summer approximately 40 degrees and very cold in winter approximately 10 degrees as it is surrounded by land on all sides and lack the moderating effect of the sea. Therefore, it has a bigger range of 10 to 40 degrees.


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