Historical Weather of Chandigarh in Nov
CHECK 7 DAYS FORECAST FOR CHANDIGARH
Total in wettest month
57.2 mm (1972)
Heaviest rain in 24 hours
35.8 mm (2nd 1971)
Chandigarh is one of the most well planned city of the country and serves as the capital of Punjab and Haryana. It is famed for its architecture and urban design. According to some reports Chandigarh is also the first planned city in India post-Independence. The city is divided in to 47 sectors, with each of them being well connected by roads.
Seasons in Chandigarh
Winters in Chandigarh
Winter in the city begins in November and continues till the end of February. The winter months are harsh with average night temperature during the season settling close to 7.9°C. The minimums have on occasions touched freezing point. January is the coldest month of the season with an average minimum of 6.1°C.
Summers in Chandigarh
The summer season in Chandigarh begins in April and lasts till the end of June. Like any other north Indian city weather in the city during this time is hot. On occasions the day temperature can be seen crossing the 40 degrees Celsius mark. The maximum temperature during this season averages around 37°C. The hottest month of the season is June with an average monthly day temperature of 38.6°C
Monsoon in Chandigarh
July, August and September are the Monsoon months for the city. The onset of Southwest Monsoon in Punjab happens around the end of June. The city during this period observes moderate to heavy amounts of rain. The average rainfall amount in the city during the season is 720 mm. August with an average rainfall of 307.5 mm is the rainiest month for the city. September is the withdrawal period of Southwest Monsoon, which is why the average rainfall amount drops to 133 mm.
Places to see in Chandigarh
Sukhna Lake, the Rock Garden, Rose garden and Leisure valley are some of the main tourist attractions in the city. The Rock Garden situated in the middle of the Sukhna Lake in sector 1 of the city is unique. The sculptures in the garden are not made of plaster of paris but discarded waste materials.