Consider the following pairs:

  1. Leveche→ A strong south easterly wind which blows on the Malabar coast of India 
  2. Brickfielder→ It is a hot and dry wind in the desert of Southern Australia
  3. Zonda→ It is an anabatic sea-breeze wind which blows in the summer along the Adriatic coast

   Which of the above is/are correct?

Answer: [B] 2 Only

Leveche is a warm wind in Spain which blows from a low pressure area in the Sahara Desert. The Brickfielder is a hot and dry wind in the desert of Southern Australia that occurs in the summer season. Zonda is a warm dry South American wind blowing down the side of a mountain in Argentina.

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