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Weather

India is so vast that climatic conditions in the far north have little relation to those of the extreme south. Generally speaking, the country has a three-season year – the hot, the wet and the cool.

Climate plays a key factor in deciding when to visit India. You should keep in mind that climatic conditions in the far north are distinctly different to those of the extreme south.

Generally speaking, India’s climate is defined by three seasons – the hot, the wet (monsoon) and the cool, each of which can vary in duration from north to south. The most pleasant time to visit most of the country is during the cooler period of November to around mid-February, although there are marked regional variations. If you are in India during the (hot) summer and (wet, humid) monsoon, cool relief can be found in the northern Himalayan region. Apart from the weather, the timing of certain festivals or special events may also influence when you wish to visit.

  • Temperature

    Average temperatures in various Indian cities (°C)

    Winter
    (Dec – Feb)
    Summer
    (Mar – May)
    Monsoon
    (Jun – Sep)
    Post-Monsoon
    (Oct – Nov)
    Year Round
    City Min Avg Max Min Avg Max Min Avg Max Min Avg Max Avg
    Port Blair 23 26 28 25 27 29 25 27 27 25 26 28 27
    Thiruvananthapuram 23 26 29 24 27 30 28 26 24 29 26 23 26
    Bangalore 7 12 18 13 18 23 15 19 23 8 13 18 17
    Nagpur 14 21 28 24 32 40 24 27 30 16 22 28 26
    Bhopal 13 18 24 23 30 36 23 26 28 16 22 26 25
    Guwahati 11 17 24 19 25 31 25 28 32 17 22 27 24
    Lucknow 10 15 21 23 30 35 24 29 33 15 20 25 25
    Jaisalmer 7 14 23 24 33 40 23 29 35 12 19 27 22
    Dehradun 4 12 20 14 23 32 22 26 30 7 15 23 18
    Amritsar 4 10 18 13 25 34 25 28 32 10 16 24 21
    Shimla 1 5 9 10 14 18 15 18 20 7 10 13 13
    Srinagar −2 4 6 7 14 19 16 22 30 1 8 16 13
    Leh −13 −6 0 −1 6 12 10 16 24 −7 0 7 6
  • Precipitation

    Average precipitation in various Indian cities (mm)

    Winter
    (Jan – Feb)
    Summer
    (Mar – May)
    Monsoon
    (Jun – Sep)
    Post-monsoon
    (Oct – Dec)
    Year-round
    City Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total
    Port Blair 40 20 10 60 360 480 400 400 460 290 220 150 2,890
    Thiruvananthapuram 26 21 33 125 202 306 175 152 179 223 206 65 1,713
    Bangalore 31 20 61 110 150 212 249 279 315 291 210 140 1,962
    Nagpur 16 22 15 8 18 168 290 291 157 73 17 19 1,094
    Bhopal 4 3 1 3 11 136 279 360 185 52 21 7 1,043
    Guwahati 8 21 47 181 226 309 377 227 199 92 25 10 1,722
    Lucknow 20 18 8 8 20 114 305 292 188 33 5 8 1,019
    Jaisalmer 3 7 10 90 88 15 6 219
    Dehradun 47 55 52 21 54 230 631 627 261 32 11 3 2,024
    Amritsar 24 33 48 30 45 27 231 187 79 18 6 18 746
    Shimla 60 60 60 50 60 170 420 430 160 30 10 20 1,530
    Srinagar 74 71 91 94 61 36 58 61 38 31 10 33 658
    Leh 12 9 12 6 7 4 16 20 12 7 3 8 116
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