Information on weather & climate in Madhya Pradesh - India   Encyclopedia of Tours and Travel to Madhya Pradesh, featuring information on Fairs & Festivals, Wildlife, Excursion, Adventure and Weather of Madhya Pradesh.
Madhya Pradesh


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Main Cities

Amarkantak
Bandhavgarh
Bhimbetka
Bhojpur
Bhopal
Chanderi
Chitrakoot
Gwalior
Indore
Jabalpur
Kanha
Khajuraho
Maheshwar
Mandu
Omkareshwar
Orchha
Pachmarhi
Panna
Pench
Sanchi
Shivpuri
Ujjain

Weather

Though the climate of Madhya Pradesh varies from place to place depending on the altitude of the region, it has a monsoon weather pattern. The distinct seasons are summer (March to May), where it is hot, dry, and windy, with an average temperature of at least 29 °C in all parts of the state. Winter (November to February), where the climate usually pleasant and dry and the rainy months of the southwest monsoon (June to October). Madhya Pradesh experiences average annual rainfalls about 44 inches (1,117 mm). Generally, rainfall decreases westward and northward; in the east and southeast it averages 60 inches or more, dropping to 40 inches or less in the west and less than 30 inches in the Chambal River valley to the north.

However, the average best month for tourists to visit this state is between October to April.

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Information on weather & climate in Madhya Pradesh - India

 
Main Cities
Amarkantak | Bandhavgarh | Bhimbetka | Bhojpur | Bhopal | Chanderi | Chitrakoot | Gwalior | Indore | Jabalpur | Kanha | Khajuraho | Maheshwar | Mandu | Omkareshwar | Orchha | Pachmarhi | Panna | Pench | Sanchi | Shivpuri | Ujjain
 
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