Climate of Imphal

Like the rest of the state, the climate of Imphal is moderate and remains pleasant throughout the year. During the summers, the temperature ranges between 17 Centigrade to 35 Centigrade. The winters in Imphal can be quite chilling with temperature dropping down to 0 Centigrade. At Imphal,Manipur January is the coldest month.

One of the typical aspects of the Imphal weather is the consistent rainfall all through the year. The months of May to October receive the maximum rainfall. Imphal receives around 980 mm rainfall during this period. The ideal time to visit Imphal is during the months of October to February.

Last Updated on 19th Oct 2012



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