Weather of Surat








The weather of Surat is typical of the other western Indian cities. With warm summers and mild winters it does not differ from its neighboring areas. The usual weather of Surat is reflected on the weather report of a normal summer day in the city, which is given below:

Temperature 87° Fahrenheits or 30° Centigrades
Humidity 67%
Dew Point 78° F Fahrenheits or 25° Centigrades
Wind - South West at 5 miles per hour or 7 kilometers per hour
Conditions Partly Cloudy
Visibility: 2 miles or 4 kilometers
Clouds: 2461 Feet or 750 meters
Sunrise 06:19 A.M Indian Standard Time
Sunset 07:03 P.M Indian Standard Time
Moon Rise 02:13 P.M Indian Standard Time

In Surat the summers can get extremely hot and temperature can go up to forty three to forty five degrees Centigrade. The days are hotter and quite uncomfortable. Proper precautions must be taken to escape the rays of scorching sun. The nights are comparably pleasant. The winter season in Surat gives relief to the people with the temperature coming down to at least nine degree centigrade. In fact the suitable time to visit the city is during the winter, from October to April. The climate of Surat is at its pleasant best at that time.







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