Historical Weather of Guwahati in Mar
CHECK 7 DAYS FORECAST FOR GUWAHATI
Total in wettest month
176.1 mm (1953)
Heaviest rain in 24 hours
49.8 mm (22nd 1955)
Guwahati is a major metropolis situated in the state of Assam in Northeast India. One can experience an inter-mix of a getaway as well as big city life while in Guwahati. It is also the biggest city in the region and is one of the fastest developing cities of India. The city is blessed with lush green avenues and the overall calmness and serenity of the area is relished by tourists from all over the world. A number of waterfalls and the picturesque surroundings further add to the beauty of the city.
Seasons in Guwahati
Winters in Guwahati
The winter season in Guwahati begins from November and lasts till the month of February. The minimum temperature hovers around 10°C. The conditions are perfect for a visit to the city. The cold weather allows tourists to enjoy the city and visit places in and around Guwahati.
Summers in Guwahati
The summer season in Guwahati lasts between April and May. The maximums touch 36°C and conditions usually get very hot during day time. However, nights are comparatively more relaxing and tourists venture out once the sun sets.
Monsoon in Guwahati
The monsoon season usually lasts between the months of June and September. Monsoon is marked by moderate climate which allows visitors to make the most of their surroundings. The summer heat subsides and a cool and calm cover enwraps the city.
Places to see in Guwahati
Guwahati is home to several tourist destinations which have a lot to offer in terms of art, culture, and sightseeing. Some of the major places to see include Kamakhya Temple (a sacred spot for Hindus), Assam State Zoo, Kaziranga National Park (a must visit for all tourists, particularly famous for its rich bank of flora and fauna), Saraighat Bridge, Assam State Museum (which introduces the history, art, and culture of Assam and its local population), Umananda Temple, Guwahati Planetarium (a marvel about outer space and related sciences) , Nehru Park, Manas National Park, Brahmaputra River Side (a popular hangout spot for long walks, picnics, and photography sessions), and others.