Weather in August/September Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Delhi, Jaipur, Kochi

#1 May 7th, 2011, 05:09
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Hi - what is the weather like - temperature/rain/humidity - in August and September? Thanks.
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Indian government published detailed report of climate conditions from 1901-2000 for major Indian Cities.
http://www.imd.gov.in/doc/climateimp.pdf

If it is possible, please visit the cities you mentioned in Oct instead of Aug/Sept, the weather would be much nicer.
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Your question can be answered in the following words. "Most likely hot and wet". However, Chennai and Jaipur will have very different weathers, to be sure. Best of luck.
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I can't tell you about every city that you have posted but i can say about delhi & jaipur first about delhi : in delhi september & october are very very humid period you are sweated all of time if because in 4 months before september in month of may & June delhi was very hot but the amount of humidity was less bt temprature will on it's peak & in july august there was rainy season & in delhi every year rain was coming in very good amount & after that september month is coming that you want to ask for that & due to rain & hotness earlier months the humidity in the air was very much & you will found yourself always in sweat
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& now talking about jaipur rajasthan as you know that rajasthan is a desert area & in summer period the temperature was very high & after that summer period in rainy season rain was also not a big aspect because of desert area rain was not coming in large amount & as you know desert sand was heating very fastly & getting cold as well as very fast so after rainy season there was neither much hotter nor much cold there was a pleasant atmosphere like in spring season but the amount of hotness is more than coldness & due to desert area ther are not much amount of humidity because in air of rajasthan there is no wetness. thank you
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@rockland, your information is useful but it's very hard to read really long sentences without any punctuation.
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Originally Posted by Rithika1 View Post Indian government published detailed report of climate conditions from 1901-2000 for major Indian Cities.
http://www.imd.gov.in/doc/climateimp.pdf

If it is possible, please visit the cities you mentioned in Oct instead of Aug/Sept, the weather would be much nicer.
I agree with Rithikal re October, I have been to Both Bangalore & Kochi around this time on a few occasions and experienced only a few days rain which was mainly at Night time.

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Originally Posted by OceanTragic View Post @rockland, your information is useful but it's very hard to read really long sentences without any punctuation.
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