Climate of Vijayawada



The climate of Vijayawada is very much dependent on the geography of Vijayawada. With the River Krishna flowing through it, the Indrakeeladri Hills in the west and the Budameru stream in the north, the climate of Vijayawada is essentially a tropical one. The summers are hot and humid and the winters are moderate.

In the summer months the climate of Vijayawada is dominated by the scorching heat which gets hotter with every day and level of humidity also rises. Summer months in Vijayawada stretches from the month of April to the month of June. The temperatures during these months range from 17 degree centigrade to 45 degree centigrade. The climate of Vijayawada is very humid and during the summer months the humidity rises up to 68 per cent.

In the winter season, the climate of Vijayawada is moderate and in fact very cool and pleasant. The temperature ranges between 10 degree Centigrade and 30 degree Centigrade.

The climate of Vijayawada is also marked by a considerable amount of rainfall. Rainfall in Vijayawada is caused both by the south west monsoon and the north east monsoons. The area receives a total rainfall of 965 mm every year. Cyclones are also pretty common in the Vijayawada climate and this has resulted in the naming of the place as "Blazewada".



Last Updated on: 9/05/2013



     


     

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