Nagpur Climate



The city of Nagpur enjoys a very dry or semi-humid climate throughout the year excepting the monsoon months of June and September. The climate of Nagpur can be broadly divided into three important seasons of summer, winter and monsoon.

The Nagpur climate witnesses a very hot weather during the months of summer. It reaches the pinnacle in the month of May. Dry winds blow making the climate scorching. Almost throughout the summer, the temperature remains beyond 40 degree Celsius. Sometimes it may be as high as 48 degree Celsius.

Monsoons take its charge in the month of June. It showers maximum in the months of July and August. It is always advisable to carry an umbrella during the rainy season of Nagpur. The rain in Nagpur is heavily dominated by the south-westerly monsoon winds.

However the winters at Nagpur are spine chilling. The temperature hovers around 12 degree Celsius and sometimes even dips down below that level. Light woolen clothes are advisable during winter in Nagpur. This is the most pleasurable time of the year which witnesses a good number of tourists coming to the city.

In the month of February and at the May-end, the Nagpur climate experiences a low pressure resulting in the wind blowing at a speed of 20 km per hour or more. But, for the rest part of the year, the speed remains 5 to 6 km per hour.

It may be concluded that the city of Nagpur witnesses a tremendous climatic variation with scorching summers and chilling winters.



Last Updated on 9/26/2011

     


     

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