Historical Weather of Alibag in Jan
Temperature
Max Temperature 28.6 83° cf
Min Temperature 17.6 64° cf
Highest 35.9 97° cf  (13th 1965)
Lowest 9.4 49° cf  (13th 1934)
Rainfall
Monthly Total 0.4 mm
No. of rainy days 0.1
Total in wettest month 16.3 mm  (1948)
Heaviest rain in 24 hours 9.7 mm  (19th 1948)
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Alibag
Overview
Best suited for a weekend trip, Alibag or Alibaug is located 100 Kms from Mumbai city and can be reached by road or by sea within a three hours drive. A small town on the west coast of Maharashtra, Alibag lies in the Konkan region and belongs to the district of Raigad. Alibag can be visited all through the year and experiences three main seasons.
Seasons in Alibag
Winters in Alibag
Winter in Alibag is not cold but quite cool. Winter season starts from November and lasts till February. The lowest minimum temperature in the winter month of December is 14⁰C. Maximums generally settle around 30⁰C, thus the day is pleasant and sunny.
Summers in Alibag
Being a coastal station, Alibag is quite warm but not very hot in the summer season, which lasts from March to July. Maximum temperature remains in mid thirties. Daytime could be avoided for a visit to the beach but nights are comfortable and windy and suitable for outings. Minimum temperature at night hovers around 26⁰C.
Monsoon in Alibag
Monsoons are extremely rainy in Alibag during the months of June to September. Frequent heavy downpours are a common feature around this time. The city becomes lush green and turns very attractive. The maximum amount of rainfall in the month of July can reach up to 750mm.
Places to see in Alibag
The winter months from November to Feb are best for sight-seeing and outings in ‘Goa of Maharashtra’ Alibag. Cool winter weather is best suited for relaxation at the clean beaches of Alibag.
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Tuesday, June 25 22:30Reply
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