Bundi Weather



Bundi Weather is much the same as the weather in Rajasthan , India. The summers are extremely hot and dry, while the winters in Bundi are chilly. There is almost no rainfall in Bundi, Rajasthan.

The maximum temperature in Bundi during the summers ranges from 35°C to 43°C. The days are extremely hot. Dry hot winds blow in Bundi during the daytime. With the fall of night, the temperature drops down a little. However, during the winters the minimum temperature at Bundi shoots down to around 5°C.

Rainfall in Bundi in restricted to the monsoon months that span from July to mid-September. However, the weather remains very humid during this period of time. Humidity reaches to about 90% during the monsoons.

Keeping all the above-mentioned aspects in mind, the best time to visit Bundi is from October to March, when climatic conditions remain cool and pleasant.



Last Updated on 07 August 2012








     


     

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