Weather of West Bengal

Winter Winter in West Bengal
( October till February - 8 °C - 32 °C )

The weather of the winter season takes a slight chill in the air which makes the climate more bearable and ensures the visitors to enjoy their holidays. The temperature ranges of this chilly season start from 10 degrees Celsius to 19 degrees Celsius. Due to pleasant West Bengal weather in winter allows the tourists can spend a good time of their vacations without sweating a bucket and without much hassle in this high humidity state as well as makes sightseeing an enjoyable experience for the visitors. Due to the western disturbances, the region can expect some amount of rainfall in this season. The regions of this state lie in the lap of majestic Himalayas experience a harsh winter and its average temperature is around 2 degrees Celsius. Sometimes, the eastern Himalayan belt of West Bengal can witness heavy snowfall.

Summers Summer in West Bengal
( March till June - 40 °C - 45 °C )

West Bengal temperature in the summer season is from 30 degrees Celsius to 43 degrees Celsius. So, the summer season does not experience much tourism due to its hot weather conditions. But the weather conditions in hill stations like Jalpaiguri, Darjeeling, and Kalimpong, etc. are very pleasant and the temperature is from 15 degrees Celsius to 25 degrees Celsius. In this season, the Kanchenjunga Peak offers a spectacular view to the tourists and tourists can see these beautiful hilly sights with rolling tea plantations, world heritage sites, and Buddhist monasteries, etc.

Monsoon Monsoon in West Bengal
( July till September - 18 °C - 20 °C )

The Monsoon season arrives in the middle of June that is called the Chhota Monsoon and it breaks the hot spell of summer. The weather conditions in the coastal regions of this state are humid and hot as well as they receive heavy downpours. So, it is not an ideal season for outdoor activities. Bengal Weather of the monsoon season lies between 28 degrees Celsius to 38 degrees Celsius. During this season, the northern parts of West Bengal receive heavy downpours, ranging about 200 cm to 400 cm and the Gangetic plains, the coastal areas, and the central parts of West Bengal gets 150 cm to 200 cm rainfall. On the other hand, the western parts of West Bengal receive low rainfall that is around 100 cm to 125 cm. but sometimes, low pressure in the Bay of Bengal area generally leads to storm conditions in the coastal regions. After the monsoon, climate in West Bengal takes a new look along with a greener and cleaner aura all around.

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