Lucknow is situated in the Northern India and thus experiences a warm subtropical climate. 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 mornings are generally foggy.
Summers in Lucknow 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
Lucknow receives about 101 cm of annual rainfall mostly from the
Southwest monsoon winds between July and September. Lucknow sadly has
the highest level of Suspended Dust Particles Measurement (SDPM) in
India. Lucknow city is located in the seismic zone III with majority of
the city construction not being earthquake resistant.