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Historical Weather of Aurangabad in Jan
Temperature
Max Temperature 29.7 85° cf
Min Temperature 14.2 58° cf
Highest 38.8 102° cf  (3rd 1973)
Lowest 3.9 39° cf  (7th 1945)
Rainfall
Monthly Total 2.2 mm
No. of rainy days 0.2
Total in wettest month 75.4 mm  (1926)
Heaviest rain in 24 hours 51.6 mm  (6th 1920)
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Aurangabad
Overview
Aurangabad is a city in the state of Maharashtra and is named after the Mughal Emperor Aurangazeb. The city is a popular tourist destination having several monuments of historical importance. Some UNESCO World Heritage sights are also located in this city.
Seasons in Aurangabad
Winters in Aurangabad
Winter in the city begins in November and continues till end of January. However, the winter months are not very harsh with average night temperature during the season settling close to 10°C. With comfortable weather conditions, winter is the preferred season to travel to Aurangabad.
Summers in Aurangabad
The summer season in Aurangabad begins in February and lasts till May. During this period the weather in the city is hot and uncomfortable. On occasions the day temperature can record close to 40°C. The maximum temperature averages around 35°C, on an average during this season. The hottest month of the season is May with an average monthly day temperature of 39°C
Monsoon in Aurangabad
June, July, August and September are the Monsoon months for the city. Aurangabad observes moderate rain during this period. The average rainfall amount in the city is 588 mm during the season. July with an average rainfall of 157 mm is the rainiest month for the city. Though the temperatures drop during this period, humidity levels rise causing discomfort to people.
Places to see in Aurangabad
Ajanta and Ellora caves, a UNESCO World Heritage site are the most popular tourist destinations in the city along with Biwi Ka Makbara, which resembles the Taj Mahal. The Salim Ali Lake and Bird Sanctuary and the 17th century water mill (Panchakki), Known for its underground water channel, are some of the other spots to visit in the city.
Weather on Twitter
#Mumbai Doppler Radar shows 20.97% cloud build-up in Mumbai. #MumbaiRains #MumbaiRain #MumbaiRainsLiveUpdates t.co/ublt0SWsNX
Wednesday, July 24 08:45Reply
RT @Mpalawat: It’s pouring in many parts of east and central #UP, westerns districts are also all set to get heavy #rain and #showers. #Ut
Wednesday, July 24 08:18Reply
Wednesday, July 24 08:17Reply
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
#MumbaiRains have caused water logging in #Dadar and #Hindmata along with parts of #Kurla witnessing the same. Plea… t.co/IyR7ksDJ7B
Wednesday, July 24 07:27Reply
#MumbaiRains waterlogging in #Kurla, please note t.co/HbWsYC1NkQ
Wednesday, July 24 07:15Reply
#MumbaiRains to remain intense for the next few hours, water logging may be seen in parts. Office goers please note… t.co/rJJZYdL7ad
Wednesday, July 24 07:13Reply

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