Chittaurgarh Weather

Chittaurgarh weather is very similar to most of the regions in the state of Rajasthan. The climate of Chittorgarh is arid with very hot summers and mild winters.

The summer season in Chittaurgarh stretches from April to June. In summer, the temperature in Chittaurgarh is on the higher side, ranging from 23º to 44º Centigrade. Chittorgarh receives scanty rainfall during the monsoon season, which takes place between the months of June and August. This historical city of Rajasthan experiences winter from October to February. It is the best time to visit Chittaurgarh as the temperature remains on the lower side. The average temperature during this period ranges from 28º to 11º Centigrade.

Last Updated on 9/13/2011



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