Haryana's climate resembles other states of the northern plains: extreme summer heat of up to 50 °C and winter cold as low as 1 °C. It is a dry heat and is sometimes accompanied by dusty desert winds. South India typically receives more rainfall. District Average Rainfall In mm 2012-16 Y 2015 Y 2014 Gurdaspur 1167. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Most of the rain falls between July and September but they are not the tropical rains you'll experience in India's coastal cities. The weather is pleasant and comfortable in the season. Tripura Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura 1,881 9. Many regions have starkly different. In the North Indian Ocean Basin, the cyclone season runs from April to December, with peak activity between May and November.
Chile Chico, Punta Arenas which may have as little rainfall as Santiago. Despite the Himalayas being a barrier to the cold northerly winter winds, the Brahmaputra valley receives part of the frigid winds, thus lowering the temperature in Northeast India and Bangladesh. Other dangers include frequent summer dust storms, which usually track from north to south; they cause extensive property damage in North India and deposit large amounts of dust from arid regions. Average Rainfall Statistics Data India Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Avg. This compares with a range of 12—14 °C 54—57 °F on the Malabar Coast; there, as is the case for other coastal areas, the Indian Ocean exerts a strong moderating influence on weather.
Spiti is the driest area of the state, where annual rainfall is below 50 mm. On an average, year 2013 sets the highest precipitation. The result, denuded hillsides, exacerbates the severity of landslides, since tree cover impedes the downhill flow of water. Such shifts are not new. Average temperature: The average temperature in Antarctica is -50Â°C -58Â°F. The annual temperature of the country can be classified according to the season that comprise of the summer season, winter season and the rainy season. Everything is still green because the rainy season just passed.
The rest of North India, including the and almost never receives snow. Summers are hot and dry with daytime temperatures around 41 °C 106 °F and nights no lower than 29 °C 84 °F. However, receives the most precipitation. Summer is exceedingly hot; temperatures in low-lying areas may exceed 50 °C 122 °F during May, leading to heat waves that can each kill hundreds of Indians. The rains, which begins in June and lasts till September, also differ in many parts of India, while the desert region experiences very little rainfall, most other parts especially south India receives heavy rainfall.
There is a large diurnal range of about 14 °C 25. Interested in more detailed information on the Weather and Climate in India? Kashmir's highest recorded monthly snowfall occurred in February 1967, when 8. However, the average temperature in the country cannot be as high as the summers. By the end of November, it has left the country. Relief comes with the monsoon. India's and are climatically pivotal: the in the northwest and the in the north work in tandem to effect a and important monsoonal regime.
It was recorded as 437. As per the statistics, Uttarakhand has recorded a maximum of 6435. On an average, 2013 sets the highest precipitation. The Gateway to the Highranges of the Western Ghats,Neriamangalam region gets the highest average rainfall in the state of Kerala so called as The Cherrapunjee of Kerala. Most summer rainfall occurs during powerful thunderstorms associated with the southwest summer monsoon; occasional also contribute.
There are in Bihar three distinct areas where rainfall exceeds 1,800 mm 71 in. Capital averages low of 9 °C 48 °F and high of 24 °C 75 °F. In the hot months of April and May, western disturbances, with their cooling influence, may still arrive, but rapidly diminish in frequency as summer progresses. The Bay of Bengal branch, which initially tracks the Coromandal Coast northeast from to Orissa, swerves to the northwest towards the. Thus, climates ranging from nearly tropical in the foothills to tundra above the can coexist within several hundred metres of each other.