What do breezes and monsoons have in common, how do they differ?

The breeze is a coastal light wind that changes its direction twice a day: during the day it blows from sea to land, at night – from land to sea.

Monsoon is a steady air flow typical for the tropical belt, the northern coast of the Indian Ocean, as well as for Eastern China, Japan, and the south of the Russian Far East.

The similarity of breezes and monsoons – both winds blow in only two directions, from the sea or from land.

Differences – breezes exist on the coasts of large lakes and seas, and monsoons only on the coasts of the oceans. Breeze is a wind that changes direction 2 times a day, and a monsoon – twice a year.

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