Bhopal Weather






Situated in the northwestern part of Madhya Pradesh , the 'City of Lakes' - Bhopal witnesses extreme warm summers but pleasant winters. The general picture of the Bhopal Weather will feature a sunny and warm day and mild evening. A report of a normal day of summer will project the usual Bhopal Weather.

Temperature 82 °Fahrenheit or 28 °Centigrade
Humidity 71 Percent
Dew Point 74 °Fahrenheit or 23 °Centigrade
Wind South West at 14 miles per hour or 22 kilometers per hour
Conditions Mostly Cloudy
Visibility 2 miles or 4 kilometers
Sunrise 05:58 A.M Indian - Standard Time
Sunset 06:48 P.M Indian - Standard Time
Moon Rise 01:04 P.M - Indian Standard Time
Moon Set 11:47 P.M - Indian Standard Time

The climate of Bhopal is more or less the same as most of the cities of that region. In summer, the temperature soars up to forty-five and forty eight degree Centigrade during the daytime. However the evenings are much milder. It is better to take precautions while visiting the Bhopal City in the summer. The extreme hot conditions may take its toll on the health of a person. The winters in Bhopal are quite pleasant and enjoyable. Temperature at this time of the year comes down around nine degree centigrade. Climatically speaking October to March is the best season to visit Bhopal.









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