Jhansi is situated in the North-Central India and thus experiences a climate that ranges from warm subtropical to Semi-arid in nature. The city witnesses a chilly but dry winters that persists from December to February. The maximum temperature remains around 24°C where as the minimum hovers in the range of 3-4°C. The city experience very little of fog but one can find a layer of smog in late winters.
Summers in Jhansi are hot and humid with mercury rising up to 45°C
in daytime. Evenings are relatively cooler. Hot dry winds called Loo
blow during the summer. These can prove fatal at times
Due to its location in a semi-arid region of Bundelkhand, Jhansi
receives about 50 cm of annual rainfall mostly from the Southwest
monsoon winds between July and September.