Cuttack Climate



The Climate of Cuttack remains hot and humid during the summer. The city experiences cold weather during the winter months. The climate of Cuttack remains pleasant between mid-January to mid-March. This is the best time to visit Cuttack. Tourists willing to travel in Cuttack can plan their trip between January and March.

Cuttack experiences tropical climate. The city experiences a hot and humid weather between March and June. The maximum temperature of Cuttack during the summer is recorded around 40°C; while, the minimum temperature during this period is about 25°C.

During the winters, Cuttack climate ranges between 16°C and 10°C. Furthermore, the city experiences a heavy rainfall between July and August. During the monsoon season, Cuttack experiences about 144.39 centimeters of rainfall.



Last Updated on 30 August 2012



     


     

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