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4). In the centres of the subtropical anticyclones and in the equatorial trough, winds are normally light and variable. Between the equatorial trough and the subtropical anticyclones there is a region of easterly winds, with a small deflection towards the Equator, usually known as the trade winds. A seasonal reversal of wind direction takes place over southern Asia and the northern Indian Ocean; these are the Asian summer monsoon circulations. 2). 2 Tropical storm* development regions Area/location Average number of tropical storms per year Northeast Pacific 10 Northwest Pacific 22 South Pacific 7 Northwest Atlantic (including western Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico) 7 Bay of Bengal 6 South Indian Ocean 6 Arabian Sea 2 Off northwest Australian coast 2 * Tropical storms are defined by World Meteorological Organization as a warm-core vortex circulation with sustained maximum winds of at least 20 m s−1.
Sea- 17 sonal temperature variations in the humid tropics are therefore generally small, particularly near the Equator (Fig. 10). The annual temperature range (mean January minus mean July) is very small at 3º C or less over the oceans in the equatorial zone, and is only 2 or 3º C greater at 30º N and 30º S. While values of annual temperature range are equally small over the equatorial continents, values increase rapidly towards the subtropics to reach, for example, 20º C in the Sahara Desert and 15º C in central Australia.
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Atmospheric Science for Environmental Scientists by C. Nick Hewitt, Andrea V. Jackson