Rishikesh Weather








Rishikesh is situated in the Tehri-Garhwal region of Uttar Anchal The Rishikesh Weather remains pleasant throughout the year. As its location is in the hilly terrains, the climate never becomes extreme type. Thus Rishikesh is one such tourist spot that can be visited any time of the year.

The altitude and geographical location of Rishikesh influence its climatic conditions. It is situated at an altitude of 356 m above sea level. The geographical location of Rishikesh is 30.7 North Latitude and 78.42 East Longitude.


The weather of Rishikesh can be studied with a glimpse towards its climatic conditions. The maximum temperature recorded so far is 27.7 degree Celsius and the minimum temperature of Rishikesh is 14.6 degree Celsius. In the months of summer the temperature in Rishikesh varies from 35 degrees to 45 degrees Celsius. The temperature ranges from 10 degrees to 30 degrees Celsius in the months of winter. The weather of Rishikesh often becomes unpredictable. There are frequent precipitation that takes place. The annual mean rainfall in Rishikesh is about 2136.7 mm.


The holy city of Rishikesh lies at the bank of river Ganga. The region is surrounded by the Himalayas and falls under the climatic conditions of the western part of the Himalayas. The day remains pleasant and sunny with comparatively cold evenings. The winters are very cold and the summer season is mild and moderate followed by a good rainfall in monsoon.


Rishikesh attracts a number of people coming here to enjoy the scenic beauty or to seek peace of mind or simply to have fun from the adventure sports.



Last Updated on 17/06/2013








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