Beauty And Miracles Of Nature

Have you ever observed how the climate changes rapidly in Mangalore? If you have not seen then its time you observe nature. It’s a beauty to see which will leave you wonderstruck about the nature God has created for us. It is just like how a tree undergoes phases of changing from green leaves to shedding of leaves in autumn and then again the tiny buds of leaves

The trees have evergreen leaves in summer, a beautiful tinge of yellow is seen during spring and brown to red coloured leaves are seen during autumn. I remember that I used to collect these leaves when I was a kid and stick it on a book named “Nature”.

The wonder climate change does to trees is a miracle and I won’t get tired seeing it. In Mangalore ,however we mostly get to see the evergreen leaves only as the weather is almost always hot.tree
The two best words to describe the climate of Mangalore is “Hot” and “Humid”. However, based on my experience it seems like the climate becomes cool and pleasant and even rainy when we have exams. It’s so frustrating as all you feel like doing when the climate is cold is to curl up in the couch and watch t.v. Instead we are forced to wake up early in the morning and stay up late in the night trying to study.w

Mangalore has a tropical climate, summer and winter are quite alike in this city. It is bounded by the Arabian Sea on its west and by the Western Ghats on the east. Therefore chances of cyclones influencing the climate is more probable. According to a survey conducted and based on my experience, I have drawn the following conclusions.

The maximum rainfall is recorded from the months-May to October while remaining months are dry. The most pleasant months in Mangalore are from December to February, during which time the humidity and heat are at their lowest. This season is soon followed by a hot summer, from March to May, when temperatures rise as high as 38 °C.

winThe summer gives way to the monsoon season, when the city experiences more precipitation than most urban centres in India due to the Western Ghats.Rainfall could be recorded during May to September. The rains subside in September, with the occasional rainfall in October.
However, it’s not necessary that these climates are strictly followed as Mother Nature is unpredictable and has a beautiful way of showering surprises on us. So folks, take time off your busy schedules and observe the climate, the beautiful sky, sunsets, dew drops on leaves, the different colour of the leaves as these will remain as a wonderful memory in your lives which can’t be captured beautifully as seen from your eyes.

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