Climate of Haryana is similar to other states of India lying in
the northern plains. Haryana can be divided into two natural areas,
sub-Himalayan terrain and the Indo-Gangetic plain. The plain is
fertile and slopes from north to south with a height above the sea
level averaging between 700 and 900 ft.
The south-west of Haryana is dry, sandy and barren. There are no
perennial rivers in Haryana, Ghaggar being the only river, which
flows through the northern fringes of the state. Haryana is very
hot in summer and cold in winters. The temperature falls to the
lowest in January and reaches upto 50o C during the months of May
Winter - Max. 9°C Min. 3° C
Summer - Max. 48°C Min. 35°C
About 80% of the rainfall occurs in the monsoon season during the
months of July and September and sometimes causes local flooding.
Rainfall is varied with Shivalik Hills region being the wettest
and the Aravali Hills region being the driest.
Information on weather & climate in Haryana - India