Weather of Panaji







The salubrious weather of Panaji is favorable for the tourists who may visit the city through the year. The climatic conditions of Panaji is influenced by the position of the city by the sea.

The city of Panaji dos not influence vast variations in temperature during the summer and the winter season. The maximum temperature recorded in the summer season is 26 degree Celsius. The minimum temperature recorded in the summer season is 21 degrees Celsius. In the winter season, the temperatures do not fall to a great extent.

The minimum temperature recorded in the winter season is 20 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature rises to 24 degree Celsius in the winter season. The best time to visit the city of Panaji is between the months of October and April.

The city of Panaji is drained by 350 centimeters of rainfall every year. The maximum rainfall occurs between the months of June and September. The weather of Panaji is an important feature of the geography of Panaji.



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