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Historical Weather of Alwar in Sep
Temperature
Max Temperature 33.7 93° cf
Min Temperature 24.3 76° cf
Highest 10.1 50° cf  (16th 1974)
Lowest 16.8 62° cf  (26th 1972)
Rainfall
Monthly Total 142.6 mm
No. of rainy days 6.0
Total in wettest month 478.8 mm  (1969)
Heaviest rain in 24 hours 219.4 mm  (10th 1969)
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Alwar
Overview
Alwar, also known as the city of splendid monuments is a popular tourist attraction in Rajasthan. The rich cultural heritage and the beautiful monuments make Alwar a must visit place. The city is surrounded by water bodies and wildlife making it one of the most popular destinations in a tourist's list. The best seasons to visit Alwar is during winter and monsoon.v
Seasons in Alwar
Winters in Alwar
Winter begins in November and lasts till February. The minimum temperature hovers around 8°C, while the maximum settles around 23°C. The coldest month is January.
Summers in Alwar
During the summer season, Alwar is usually very hot. The season begins in April and lasts till June. The temperature settles between 32°C and 42°C. The weather is hot and dry, although the situation is far better as compared to other cities in Rajasthan.
Monsoon in Alwar
Monsoon in Alwar begins in July and ends by mid September. Due to the sporadic rainfall, Alwar looks beautiful during this season.
Places to see in Alwar
Some of the best places in Alwar are Vinay Vilas Mahal, Moosi Maharani ki Chhatri, Neemrana Fort palace, Karni Mata Temple, Sariska National park, Bala Quila and a few others
Weather on Twitter
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Wednesday, July 24 08:45Reply
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RT @anujmittal_: It's that time again. Extremely heavy rainfall for last 2-3 hrs and waterlogging in Kurla. #MumbaiRains @SkymetWeather
Wednesday, July 24 08:16Reply
RT @Mpalawat: As predicted, #Mumbai #SantaCruz recorded heavy #rain of 59 mm until 05:30 hours today. Intensity will increase as #Monsoon
Wednesday, July 24 07:28Reply
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Wednesday, July 24 07:27Reply
#MumbaiRains waterlogging in #Kurla, please note t.co/HbWsYC1NkQ
Wednesday, July 24 07:15Reply
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