Shimla Climate







Jamshedpur climate is of a temperate type. The maximum temperature during summer varies between 40° - 45° C. The minimum temperature recorded in this region is 8° C. In fact, the best time to visit Jamshedpur is between October and April During these months, tourists can enjoy their stay at the city.

The climate of Jamshedpur is marked by south-west monsoon. Jamshedpur climate is characterized by a heavy rainfall from July to September. Rainfall in Jamshedpur varies between 1200 millimeters to 1400 millimeters during this period.

An estimate of the weather of Jamshedpur is as follows:

  • Temperature - 29° C
  • Dew Point - 25° C
  • Humidity - 70%
Thus, it can be said that the weather condition in Jamshedpur is quite pleasant. Owing to the temperate climate, Jamshedpur offers an immense scope for tourism. The tourists can visit the city throughout the year, although October to April is the best time to visit the territory.



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