Weather of Haridwar








Haridwar weather varies between searing hot summers and extremely cold winters.
It is interesting to note the remarkable temperature difference between day and night. A popular tourist destination, the mercury soars up to 40.9° Celcius during the day and dips down to 15.6° Celcius at night during the sweltering summers.

Winters, however, are much cooler and temperatures vary between 16.6° Celcius during the day and 0.6° Celcius at night. The driving monsoon downpours are a welcome break from the dreary summers and breathe wafts of freshness in the city.

The holy city of Haridwar, one of India's eminent pilgrimage sites, is teeming with devout Hindus throughout the year, irrespective of the climatic conditions.



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