Historical Weather of Jaisalmer in Apr
Temperature
Max Temperature 38.0 100° cf
Min Temperature 21.5 71° cf
Highest 45.5 114° cf  (27th 1979)
Lowest 10.6 51° cf  (1st 1953)
Rainfall
Monthly Total 1.8 mm
No. of rainy days 0.1
Total in wettest month 20.8 mm  (1961)
Heaviest rain in 24 hours 20.8 mm  (10th 1961)
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Jaisalmer
Overview
Jaisalmer is a World Heritage Site located in Rajasthan. It lies about 575 km west of Jaipur and is named after its founder Maharawal Jaisal Singh who was a Rajput king. Jaisalmer is home to several beautiful forts, majestic lakes, and widespread gardens. Jaislmer is also known as 'The Sun City' or 'The Golden City' mainly because of the golden appearance that stems from its yellow sand and sandstone structures which dot the city. The best time to visit Jaisalmer is between the months of November and February.
Seasons in Jaisalmer
Winters in Jaisalmer
The winter season in Jaisalmer comes into effect by mid-November and continues till February end. Winters are earmarked by pleasant days and chilly nights. Day temperatures seldom exceed 30°C while night temperatures fall to as low as 5°C.
Summers in Jaisalmer
The summer season in Jaisalmer usually begins from the month of March and lasts till June end. Summers in the golden city are extremely hot and dry. Day temperatures shoot up to 44°C but nights are comparatively cooler with temperatures settling at and around 25°C.
Monsoon in Jaisalmer
There isn't a proper monsoon season in Jaisalmer as it is an arid region which receives very less rainfall. Annual rainfall in Jaisalmer averages around 20 cm and the months of July and August experience highest amount of rainfall
Places to see in Jaisalmer
Jaisalmer is a tourist hotspot which experiences a footfall in millions throughout the year. There are number of places to visit in Jaisalmer and all are equally enchanting. Some of the major tourist destinations include, Jaisalmer Fort (one of the largest forts in the world built in the year 1156 AD, pride of Jaisalmer), Patwon-Ki-Haveli (a five-storied architectural marvel with intricate detailing and structuring), Bada Bagh, Sam Sand Dunes (ideal for camelback safaris and hosts the famous Desert Festival in February and March each year with a variety of attractions), Thar Heritage Museum, Gadisar Lake, Desert National Park, Silk Route Art Gallery, and others.
Weather on Twitter
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Thursday, October 17 11:50Reply
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Thursday, October 17 11:30Reply
Have a look at the day and night #temperatures for major cities of #India on October 17. #weatherforecasting #delhit.co/QE7pV55ZUY
Thursday, October 17 11:18Reply
The month of October started on a rainy note for several parts of the country. The last 24 hours have been the rain… t.co/dzHhJf7UBG
Thursday, October 17 11:06Reply
#Churu in #Rajasthan has turned out to be the hottest city in #India with its maximum temperatures settling at 39.0… t.co/WJXtLzxsTA
Thursday, October 17 10:56Reply
Many parts in the Indian state of #Rajasthan and #Gujarat are reeling under intense heat. The #temperatures have be… t.co/bv3H8yzekh
Thursday, October 17 10:46Reply
In the last 24 hours, #Kodaikanal in #TamilNadu has been the rainiest place in India with 103 mm of #rainfall.… t.co/ze1Rw6Ipwj
Thursday, October 17 10:35Reply
Weather alert for Andhra Pradesh #Rain and #thundershower at many places with gusty winds to occur over Anantapur,… t.co/TFztE7XLSM
Thursday, October 17 10:03Reply
Today, we expect moderate #rains with one or two heavy spells to continue over multiple parts of #AndhraPradesh. Ho… t.co/2xbHkLnK8t
Thursday, October 17 09:30Reply
#Rain activities over Rayalaseema remained on a lower side which received only light to moderate rains. Just yester… t.co/aOcn4n3aSG
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