Breeze is a weak wind that occurs off the coasts of the seas and huge lakes. Musson is a fairly constant wind that blows from the oceans to the continents. Musson causes strong rains leading to floods and landslides, unlike Briz.
In the afternoon, the breeze blows from the water to land, and in the evening from land to water. That is, the wind changes the direction 2 times a day. Musson has a seasonal frequency, changes direction in winter and summer: in summer it blows from the surface of the water to land, and in winter exactly the opposite.
Differences in speed
The speed of this breeze varies from 1 to 5 m/s. Musson has this indicator about 5-7 km/h.
Where it blows
Breeze can be felt while in the tropics or in medium latitudes, but only with calm weather.
Musson is found in tropical latitudes, in Asia countries, in certain countries of the Southern Hemisphere Australia and Africa. Less strong monsoons blow near the Mediterranean Sea, in South America. That is, monsoons prevail where cyclones and anticyclones are quite stable, their positions (dominant and secondary) change together with the seasons.
Mussones arise due to differences in atmospheric pressure on the coasts and large reservoirs. In summer, the moisture heats up quite slowly due to the fact that the water is transparent. As a result, areas arise with increased atmospheric pressure. The continent in the summer, on the contrary, becomes hot very quickly, from this it heats up with a high speed and air and air. So there is an area where atmospheric pressure is reduced. As a result, summer monsoon arises.
In winter, the Earth quickly loses heat and because of this, areas with high pressure are created. The heat accumulated by the ocean over the summer is very slowly transmitted by dry this is how low pressure is addressed.
Breeze occurs due to the difference in air temperatures of our earth and above the surface of the water. In the daytime, the air is much colder and denser above the water, and above the mainland is warmer. Therefore, heavy sea air begins to crowd out warm air to the clouds.
These winds still have one similarity they interact with both land and water. Also, these winds can and change their direction.