The Bangkok metro continued to operate even as a foot of water lapped at the entrances during the 2011 monsoon.
When a monsoon approached, waiters dropped plastic drapes to keep the deck from flooding, the aide said.
The monsoon season that year saw six tiger attacks, despite the normal rarity of such incidents in that season.
Bollywood Hero, despite being conceived by monsoon Wedding writer Sabrina Dhawan, is ultimately awkward and clichéd.
monsoon rains sparked widespread flooding that submerged the camp in water.
Numerous combinations of equatorial, trade and monsoon rainfalls are found, often creating great complexity.
But at last there comes the monsoon and the rains--and then the Resurrection Morning.
The influence of the monsoon is greatly moderated before it reaches this region, and the rains sometimes fail altogether.
Himachal has been converted into fairyland by the monsoon rains.
In the pelting rain of a Burmese monsoon the so-called road soon became a mere quagmire.
1580s, "trade wind of the Indian Ocean," from Dutch monssoen, from Portuguese monçao, from Arabic mawsim "time of year, appropriate season" (for a voyage, pilgrimage, etc.), from wasama "he marked." When it blows from the southwest (April through October) it brings heavy rain, hence "heavy episode of rainfall during the rainy season" (1747).
A wind system that affects large climatic regions and reverses direction seasonally.
Note: The Asiatic monsoon brings heavy rains to Southeast Asia in spring and summer.