Most of India's rainfall is ________

A. Cyclonic

B. Convectional

C. Elusive

D. Orographic

Answer: Option B

Solution(By Examveda Team)

Most of India's rainfall is convectional. The convectional rainfall is prevalent in equatorial regions. In these, the warm air rises up and expands then, reaches at a cooler layer and saturates, then condenses mainly in the form of cumulus or cumulonimbus clouds. In the equatorial regions, the precipitation due to convectional rainfall occurs in the afternoon.

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