Mussoorie Weather






Mussoorie weather is a very healthy one. This lush green hill station is always dressed up in colorful flora and fauna. The wonderful hill station of Mussoorie was discovered by an army officer named Young in 1827. Mussoorie is known to be the 'queen of hill stations'. One can have the view of the snow capped mountains of the majestic Himalayan range in the north east. The scenic beauty and the healthy weather of Mussoorie makes it an ideal tourist destination.

Mussoorie is situated at an altitude of 7000 feet above the sea level. The temperature during the summers varies between 30°C to 10°C and during winters it varies between 10°C at daytime to 1°C during the night hours. The ideal period for visiting Mussoorie is either between mid April to mid May or September to November. However the weather of Mussoorie remains very pleasurable all the year round. Mussoorie experiences somewhat warm summers and chilled winters. During winters one has to put on heavy winter garments to get protection from the spine chilling weather.

The monsoon season in Mussoorie is between June end to September. The months from September to November is the spring time for Mussoorie. Large number of tourists flock in Mussoorie to get relief from the scorching summers of the plains. During the winters heavy snowfall takes place that often causes road-block. In the month of December, rainfall is accompanied by snowfall.

Sometimes even the doctors prescribes the patients a weekend out at Mussoorie for the healthy climate that Mussoorie enjoys throughout the year.

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