Mathura Weather


Mathura Weather can be described as extreme and tropical. During the summer season Mathura witnesses a constant rise in temperature and it goes beyond 44° C just like the other cities in the state of Uttar Pradesh.
The humidity during this period of the year is unbearable. The relative humidity is recorded approximately between 40-50 %. The mercury during the daytime fluctuates between 40- 44° C. The nights during the summer season are relatively cooler and the temperature falls between 28-30°C. May is the hottest month of the year when the temperature rises up to 44° Celsius.

The ideal time to visit the city is during winter season between November and March. In Mathura, winters are bit chilly, but the best time to visit the city. Mathura witnesses the minimum temperature which falls as low as 2-3° C. But in general the temperature varies between the range of 7- 8° C. The daytime is very pleasant during the winters and very ideal for roaming around in the city. January is the coldest month of the winter season in Mathura with temperature dropping at nearly 2° Celsius.

The weather of Mathura is influenced by the southwestern monsoon. The rainy season spans from the month of July to September. During the monsoon season, Mathura receives moderate rain. The annual average rainfall received by the city is 600 millimeters.



Last Updated on 09/05/2013



     


     

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