The weather in India differs radically. The southern side of the India is being banged by tropical monsoon rain, whereas the north being covered by heavy snow. Therefore, the best time to travel to India depends primarily on the destinations to be seen and the climate experienced there.
Based on the rainfall and temperature, the Meteorological department of India has classified the nation into 7 different climatic provinces.
Which includes the Himalayas, the IndoGangetic Plain or North Indian Plain, West Bengal and Assam, the Deccan Plateau (south-central India), the Western Ghats & coast and the Eastern Ghats and the coast. In overall, the north part of India is cooler, the centre is warm and dry, and the southern region has a tropical climate.
India’s weather itself is divided into three distinct seasons (summer, winter and the monsoon). Usually, the ideal time to visit is during the winter, when the weather in most places is comparatively cool and pleasant.
Delhi faces an extreme climate. It is quite hot in summer (April to July) and cold in winter (December to January). The median temperature may vary from 25C to 45C during summer and 5C to 22C during winter.
In summer mandatory precautions must be taken, to avoid the extreme heat, such as putting on light cotton clothing, having a hat or sunshade while going outside and drinking sufficient liquids. During winter, wearing warm or woollen clothing will help to protect you from the cold weather.
Best Time to Visit
The best time to experience Delhi is from October to March when the weather is at its best. During this period flowers are blooming , the weather is pleasant & enjoyable to feel Incredible Delhi.
wind: 3m/s WSW
H 20 • L 17
Weather from OpenWeatherMap