Weather in Pune


Pune ranks eighth among the metropolis of India and is famous for its Marathi culture. Pune city is one of the best educational destinations in India and is also known for its pleasant weather conditions compared to other Indian cities. The City, mostly hilly and not earthquake prone is situated at 1,840 ft in the Deccan Plateau. The altitude factor is also a major reason behind the enjoyable climatic conditions of the city.

Climate in Pune:



The city is known for its pleasing weather conditions with the standard temperatures in the range of 20 to 28 degree Celsius. Pune experiences a tropical wet and dry climate.

Major Seasons in Pune:



Summer, monsoon and winter are the major seasons experienced in the city. The summer season is experienced mostly during the months of March to May with April being the hottest month. The temperatures during summer are in the range of 30 to 38 degree Celsius. The heat is bearable, as often during the summer especially in the months of May the city gets rainfall.

Monsoon sets in the months of June and continues until October, with July usually being the wettest month. Average annual precipitation during the monsoon is about 722mm and the temperature drops down even to 10 degree Celsius with the highest reaching to 28 degree Celsius.

Post monsoon the winter sets in from November and continues until January or February. The temperature is normally in the range of 5 degree Celsius to 10 degree Celsius.



Last Updated on 23 May 2013







     


     

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