Climate India

Climate Southeast Asia

The highest temperatures are usually measured in the period from mid-April to mid-June. subtropical continental climate with strong temperature fluctuations prevails in northern and central India. The rainy season runs from June to September. The monsoon season is followed by another short heat period (mostly in September and October). In the interior (Delhi, Agra, Hyderabad) a dry heat prevails during the hot season.

In South India tropical climate prevails. During the hot season from April to June there is a dry heat.

In Southeast India the rainy season is from mid-October to late November. Along the coast, the hot months are associated with high humidity.

The large amounts of rainfall, especially along the coast, combined with frequent flooding, make the monsoon season from the beginning of June to September/October only conditionally suitable for travel to and in India. The air pollution in Delhi is very high (Delhi is one of the cities with the highest air pollution of all major cities in the world). For this reason a stay in Delhi can be very unfavourable for people with respiratory and circulatory problems.

The months November to March are the most pleasant travel time. For the mountain regions the months June to August are suitable (snow free).


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