Uttar Pradesh is a large state with stiking diversity much evident
in its topography, climate and geographical features.
The climate of Uttar Pradesh varies from moderately temperate in
the Himalayan region to tropical monsoon in the central plains and
southern upland regions.
Summer - Max 42.5 C & Min.
Winter - Max 17.5 C & Min. 12.5
The highest temperature recorded in the state was 121.8º F
(49.9º C) at Gonda on May 8, 1958.
About 90 percent of the rainfall occurs during the southwest monsoon,
lasting from about June to September. East
- Max. 80 ( Inches ) & Min. 40 ( Inches )
West - Max. 40 ( Inches ) &
Min. 24 ( Inches )
Rainfall in Uttar Pradesh is concentrated mainly to the four months
of monsoons, consequently, floods are a recurring problem and cause
heavy damage to crops, life, and property, particularly in the eastern
part of the state.
Periodic failure of monsoons results in drought conditions and
crop failure. In the Himalayan region, annual snowfall averaging
10 to 15 feet is common between December and March.
Information on weather & climate in Uttar Pradesh - India