Weather in Hyderabad








The weather in Hyderabad varies from season to season. Summer temperatures in Hyderabad vary between a mean maximum of 40 deg Celsius to a mean minimum of 30 deg Celsius.

As opposed to this, winter temperatures vary between 22 deg Celsius to 14 deg Celsius The rains occur between June to December.

After the monsoon withdraws, the maximum temperature rises slightly due to increased insulation.

Hyderabad is very pleasant between November to February.

The summer months are uncomfortable owing to the heat. The months between July and September are warm, humid and uncomfortable.

The city receives more than 75 per cent of its rainfall from the south-west monsoon between from June to September. Humidity is very high during July to September.



Last Updated on : 19/08/2013







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