Bhavnagar Climate



Bhavnagar Climate is moderate with hot summers and mild winters. This city of Gujarat, located on the eastern coast of Saurashtra, experiences summer from April to June and winter between the months of November and February. The maximum temperature recorded during the summer months is 44 °C while the minimum temperature is 24 °C. During the winter season, the minimum temperature of Bhavnagar is 15 °C; whereas, the maximum temperature rises up to 32 °C. The mild temperature during this time makes Bhavnagar an ideal spot for tourism during the winter months. Bhavnagar receives intermittent rainfall between the months of July and September. It is noteworthy that Bhavnagar is situated on the coastal fringe of Saurashtra; therefore, it remains humid throughout the year.

Quickfacts about Bhavnagar weather are given below:

  • Maximum Temperature - 45 °C
  • Minimum Temperature - 15 °C
  • Best time to visit - October to March



    Last Updated on 23 July 2012





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