Nainital Weather

Nainital Weather is pleasant throughout the year. Summers are mildly warm and not hot. The temperatures in the summer reach an optimal 25 degrees centigrade. Nainital weather exhibits cold conditions during winter. The temperature in Nainital dips to sub-zero levels. Nainital offers snowfall to its visitors during the months of December and February.

Nainital has colder climactic conditions than its neighboring regions. The strategic location of Nainital in the valley of the Gagar mountain range-a subset of the mighty Himalayan Ranges- contributes to its temperate weather conditions. Nainital weather is also characterized by the occurrence of heavy rainfall from the month of May up to the month of September.

Nainital weather has a tiny micro-climate which makes it distinct from the rest of the places in the immediate vicinity,like Almora and Ranikhet-Nainital possess a lake. The Naini lake contributes immensely in regulating the weather that one experiences in Nainital. The best time for visitors to visit Nainital and its beautiful sights is to visit during the months beginning from April to the month ending October. The interval period is June to September-when there is torrential rains in Nainital.

During the monsoons, Nainital weather has a temperature fluctuation from 28 degrees centigrade (maximum) to 7 degrees centigrade (minimum).

Last Updated on: 22/04/2013

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