Examples of monsoon in a Sentence
floods caused by summer monsoons
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Two were in a blizzard, and the other two – both on Saturday at Baltimore – were in a monsoon.
Shot through monsoon season: rain, lightning every day. Rattlesnakes.
The summer monsoon was on the way, ending the climbing season.
Eruptions across the globe may have suppressed monsoons, the scientists said, diminishing the annual river floods and leading to food shortages.
The city struggles to cope with the monsoon deluge each year, drawing criticism about its poor planning.
Waterfalls tumble into crystal plunge pools, wallabies dart through monsoon forests and star trails glimmer over Aboriginal rock art sites dating back up to 50,000 years.
The demand spike coincided with the monsoon season, when typically rainwater floods mines and hampers the movement of coal trucks.
Days later, one of the worst monsoons in years swept South Asia, killing more than 1,200 people in India, Bangladesh, and Nepal, and severe flooding in Niger and Nigeria has displaced more than 100,000 people.
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