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Madhya Pradesh has a monsoonal type of weather & climate. Get more information on the weather of Madhya Pradesh, India.

Madhya Pradesh Weather

Madhya Pradesh WeatherMain Seasons: Summer, Winter and Monsoon

One of the most important aspects that determine the time of a pleasure trip to a place is undoubtedly its weather and climate. Madhya Pradesh, ocated in the geographic heart of India, is a land of varied topography. From hilly areas, dramatic ravines and forested plains to river basins, the place clasps myriad facets of nature in its lap. Moreover, with a land that extends to an area of about 3,08,144 sq km, climatic discrepancies and differences are noticed amongst its various regions. In the following lines, we offer you complete information on the weather of Madhya Pradesh.

Madhya Pradesh experiences severe atrocities of the summer season. As the state falls in the Central Region of India and is located at a considerable distance from the sea, summers here are very extreme. The temperature starts ascending from the month of March. In this season, the mercury level soars to severe heights. In fact, May is probably the hottest month of the year in the state. Weather remains extremely hot and humid. The mean maximum temperature rises to around 42.5oC in the northern region. However, in most of the places, the mean maximum temperature remains around 35oC to 40oC.

With the onset of June, the temperature slowly declines. Clouds envelop the sky, fed by the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal, and bring a lot of changes to the climatic conditions of the state. Monsoon begins towards the end of June and lasts till September. The place experiences frequent spells of rain that enlivens the whip-lashed land of the summer. Maximum downpour happens between the months of June and September, with a little rainfall during December and January, due to the low pressure build up in the atmosphere. The average rainfall however varies from region to region.

Unlike the scorching summer heat, winters in Madhya Pradesh remains extremely pleasant and bracing. The end of the monsoon season acts as the harbinger of the winter months. Between the months of November and February, it is winter season and it is in fact, the best time to plan a trip to the state. There is a sharp decline in the mercury level, especially during the months of December and January. The severity of the winters is generally experienced more in the northern regions of the state. The average winter temperature in the state ranges from 10oC to 27oC.

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