Patna Weather

Located on the southern banks of the River Ganges, the city of Patna is the capital of Bihar. Equipped with many places of tourist interests, Patna is densely populated and witness a good crowd of visitors all throughout the year. However the more or less mild Patna Weather is another factor which makes the city adorable. The summer in Patna are dry and warm and the temperature can go up to 43° Centigrade during the daytime.

However the evenings are quite pleasant in comparison. The winters in the city are quite cold with temperature dropping down to 5° Centigrade. Best time to visit the city will be from October to Feb. During these months, the city experiences a cool climate and light winds. The moderate climate in Patna makes the city a good place to live in. The weather condition of a day in the month of June will give an idea of the usual weather of Patna:

Sunrise 04:59 AM
Sunset 06:43 PM
Moon Rise 11:38 AM
Moon Set 11:49 PM
Temperature - 92 ° Fahrenheit or 33 ° Centigrade
Humidity - 61%
Dew Point - 80 ° Fahrenheit or 27 ° Centigrade
Wind - East at 12 miles per hour or 18 kilometers per hour
Conditions Mostly Cloudy
Visibility 2.0 miles or 4.0 kilometers
Clouds Scattered Cloud : 1772 feet t or 540 meters
Scattered Clouds: 2461 feet or 750 meters

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