Secunderabad Weather







Secunderabad weather is soothing during the winter months, as the average temperature varies between 15? Celsius and 20? Celsius. However the temperature during the summer months (April and May) rise upto 40? Celsius. Thus, summers in Secunderabad can be said to be hot and humid.

Weather in Secunderabad, being pleasant during winter, allows one to opt for light woolen clothing. Summers being hot and humid, light cotton clothes are the best. June to September are the monsoon months. The southwest monsoon winds play an important part in causing the rainfall in the city. After the monsoons, there is a slight rise in the temperature.

Annual rainfall in Secunderabad is around 79 centimeters. Winters have an average maximum temperature of 28? Celsius while minimum remains around 13? Celsius. During summer, average minimum temperature is roughly 25? Celsius and maximum is 40? Celsius.

Therefore, Secunderabad climate can be termed as equatorial. Weather of Secunderabad is pleasant from November to February. Summers are uncomfortable but winters are enjoyable.





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