The Burst of the Monsoon
Broadly speaking, monsoons are seasonal winds that change direction with the season. The monsoons are a twofold system of seasonal winds because they begin their journey from the sea to land in the summer and from the land to the sea in the winter. The monsoon season lasts between 100 and 120 days, starting in early June and ending in mid-September. The "burst" of the monsoon is when the typical rainfall suddenly intensifies upon its arrival and lasts nonstop for several days.