Weather of Assam

Winter Winter in Assam
( October till March - 11 °C - 29 °C )

The minimum temperature of the plains of Assam is about 8 degrees Celsius but can dip to low as 6 degrees Celsius in some places and the maximum temperature of Assam is up to 25 degrees Celsius. The weather conditions of this season are characterized by misty mornings and afternoons and scanty rainfall. The climatic conditions of the winter season are ideal from a tourism point of view as well as is the most preferred season by the newlywed couples who want to enjoy the romantic vibes of this place. The weather of winter season is the perfect time for the adventure lovers where they witness lots of adventure activities to get adrenaline rush. The climate of the winter season creates an ethereal experience for the visitors to enjoy.

Summers Summer in Assam
( April till June - 20 °C - 35 °C )

The days of the summer season are hot and nights are pleasant along with a fair bit of breeze. Assam Weather in the plain areas becomes unpleasant during the summer season. The weather of the summer season is characterized by frequent showers and extreme humidity. The average temperature during this season lies between 35 degrees Celsius to 38 degrees Celsius.

If tourists want to keep their expenses low, then this season is suitable for them. During summers, the weather of Agnigarh Hill, Tea Garden of Guwahati, Majuli, Dibrugarh, and Jatinga, etc. is amazing for travelers. Even, the tourists experience wildlife exploration at wildlife havens like Manas National Park, Kaziranga National Park, Pabitora Wildlife Sanctuary, Nameri National Park, and much more.

Monsoon Monsoon in Assam
( July till September - 25 °C - 32 °C )

The climatic situations of monsoon season bring some relief from the scorching heat of the summers for local people and the tourists. The south-west monsoon showers begin from the 3rd week of June and go until mid of September. The average annual rainfall of Assam is around 120 inches in the east and around 70 inches in the west. But the heaviest rainfall exceeding 200 cm is received in Dibrugarh, Tinsukia, Lakhimpur, and Dhemaji districts as well as in the Himalayan foothill region.

The middle part of the Brahmaputra Valley receives annual rainfall around 200 cm from the east to the west. Overall, this north-east state receives around 180 cm average rainfall in the monsoon season. In the afternoon timings, the thunderstorms are well-known as the Bordoicila which is very common and the monsoon season covers the whole state with a green blanket. Moreover, you can watch the transformation of Assam into a delightful rain-soaked land with mist and low-hanging clouds all around in this season.

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