|Winter||December to January||Very Cool|
|Spring||Feburary to March||Sunny and pleasant.|
|Summer||April to June||Hot|
|Monsoon||July to Mid-September||Wet, hot and humid|
Is it cold in India in December?
December is when winter season arrives in India, and India in December will vary depending on the region you visit. While South India has pleasant weather with cool temperatures, the North can be extremely cold. It’s more than likely to snow in the mountains and you can even go skiing!
What is the weather in India in December?
December is often considered to be the best month to visit India. The days are cool and dry with an average temperature of 21°C (70°F) throughout the country.
Is December a monsoon season?
The country’s meteorological department follows the international standard of four seasons with some local adjustments: winter (January and February), summer (March, April and May), monsoon (rainy) season (June to September), and a post-monsoon period (October to December).
What’s the season in India now?
These seasons include Vasant Ritu (Spring), Grishma Ritu (Summer), Varsha Ritu (Monsoon), Sharad Ritu (Autumn), Hemant Ritu (Pre-Winter) and Shishir Ritu (Winter). However, as per the India Meteorological Department (IMD), there are four seasons in India like other parts of the world.
Is Delhi cold in December?
December so far is warmer than 2018
To be sure, December so far has not been exceptionally cold in the national capital. The average minimum temperature observed at the Safdarjung station has been 10.15 degree Celsius.
Which month is very cold?
It is very hot in summer (April – July) and cold in winter (December – January).
|Month||December to January|
|Av. Temp (Min-Max)||5o to 25o|
|Clothing||Woolen & Body Warmers|
Is December a good time to go to India?
The best time to visit India is between October and March, when the weather is more likely to be warm, sunny, and dry. During this time, the north offers clear blue skies. However, December and January are much cooler, with potential fog, while the higher Himalaya can be very cold, but with clearer mountain views.