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Indore weather is moderately extreme. Know more information on the climate & weather of Indore.

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Indore Weather

When we are going on a vacation to any place, its weather greatly affects the trip. Therefore, before deciding to leave, it is better to check out the climate of the particular place. Indore is located in Central India, far away from the sea. Due to this location, the city has a moderately extreme weather. One can roughly say that, for traveling purpose, the climate of Indore is best during winters and monsoon. Get more information on the weather of Indore city of Madhya Pradesh.

During the summer months i.e. between April-June, the temperature of the city is quite high. The approximate temperature of a summer day is between 35 deg C and 40 deg C. During the month of May, when the sun shines with all its glory, the day temperature even touches 45 deg C. However, unlike other places in Central India, the summer nights in Indore are quite different. It is located on the southern edge of the Malwa Plateau. Therefore no matter how hot it may be during the day, in the late evening, cool breeze blows in the region. This makes the evenings quite pleasant.

The winter months are quite enjoyable in Indore. Traveling can be fun during this time of the year. During the winter season, i.e. between November and February, the night temperature is around 10 deg C. During the month of January, when the winter is on its peak, the temperature can go down to as low as 2 deg C to 3 deg C. The lowest temperature recorded till date is as low as 1.5 deg C.

On an average one can say that the weather of the Malwa region is quite pleasant throughout the year. This is because the region gets a moderate rainfall, making the weather pleasing. Indore also gets a moderate rainfall of 30-35 inches (80cms). The maximum rainfall takes place during the months of July-September due to the South West Monsoon. Therefore, the peaceful surroundings of Indore can be best enjoyed during the monsoon.