Historical Weather of Cuttack in Mar
Temperature
Max Temperature 34.0 93° cf
Min Temperature 21.7 71° cf
Highest 41.1 106° cf  (23rd 1941)
Lowest 10.0 50° cf  (5th 1898)
Rainfall
Monthly Total 32.8 mm
No. of rainy days 2.3
Total in wettest month 159.3 mm  (1920)
Heaviest rain in 24 hours 70.2 mm  (25th 1974)
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Cuttack
Overview
Cuttack is the former capital and second largest city of the state of Odisha. Also known as the 'Millennium City' or the 'Silver City', Cuttack is famous for its unique silver filigree works (Tarakasi), and woven textiles. It is also famous for its Dussehra celebrations. The seasons here could be divided into three main seasons. Summer, Monsoon and winter.
Seasons in Cuttack
Winters in Cuttack
The winter season from November to February is characterized by mild temperatures and occasional showers. Temperatures may fall below 10°C in winter.
Summers in Cuttack
Summers in Cuttack are hot and humid. It starts in March and lasts till June with an average maximum temperature of 40°C and a minimum of 22°C. Cuttack is also prone to thunderstorms during this period.
Monsoon in Cuttack
The monsoon months are from July to October when the city receives most of its rainfall from the South West Monsoon. The annual rainfall is around 144 cm which means it gets really wet.
Places to see in Cuttack
Best time to visit is between November to March. Dusshera, the festival of goddess Durga, is very popular in Cuttack. Idols are adorned with huge amounts of gold and silver, with localities trying to outsmart each other by constructing more attractive idols. Katakchandi temple, Barabati fort and one of the ancient engineering marvels, the Stone Revetment are worth a visit.
Weather on Twitter
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Friday, October 18 15:13Reply
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Friday, October 18 14:36Reply
#Weather activity is going to pick up pace over #Kerala in the next 2-3 days. #WeatherForecast of very heavy rains… t.co/80jppY6O4N
Friday, October 18 14:33Reply
Kannur and Thrissur also saw 39 mm and 7 mm of rain, respectively. #Kerala #KeralaRains #KeralaFloods #weathert.co/GEY05zYIWp
Friday, October 18 14:32Reply
Kozhikode in a span of 24 hours from 8.30 am on Thursday received 74 mm of heavy rain, while Kottayam and Karipur r… t.co/8MBXy3CQJ4
Friday, October 18 14:32Reply
The Northeast Monsoon has already made an entry into the southern states and Kerala has started to observe weather… t.co/fJfyetMXi5
Friday, October 18 14:31Reply
Kerala gears up for very heavy rain, some places already pounded by good showers #Kerala #KeralaRainst.co/awBIZtJGhK
Friday, October 18 14:31Reply
A Low-Pressure Area is soon expected to develop over Bay of Bengal which will unleash heavy rains over #TamilNadu.… t.co/vrYFr0Q5aO
Friday, October 18 14:15Reply
During the last 24 hours, the Nungambakkam observatory in #Chennai has received 101 mm of rain. This is for the fir… t.co/228U7TdW5U
Friday, October 18 14:12Reply
The #rains will remain concentrated more over the coast. Thus, rains will be more pronounced over #Mumbai which is… t.co/pU173tg8K4
Friday, October 18 13:27Reply

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