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Historical Weather of Jhansi in Sep
Temperature
Max Temperature 32.8 91° cf
Min Temperature 23.5 74° cf
Highest 40.6 105° cf  (28th 1913)
Lowest 17.9 64° cf  (20th 1975)
Rainfall
Monthly Total 170.0 mm
No. of rainy days 6.9
Total in wettest month 596.3 mm  (1954)
Heaviest rain in 24 hours 261.6 mm  (6th 1910)
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Jhansi
Overview
The historically important erstwhile capital of Rani Lakshmibai, Jhansi, is famous for cultural tourism. It was one of the epicentres of the first war of independence in 1857, as it serves as the gateway to Bundelkhand region. Artistic skills and grandeur of the then rulers are still evident in the monuments and structures present in the city. Jhansi is situated in the southern part of Uttar Pradesh.
Seasons in Jhansi
Winters in Jhansi
The winter season extends from the month of December to February. Even in the peak winter, temperature hardly goes below 5°C. The average maximum for the season is 25°C. It is the best time to visit Jhansi as temperatures are comfortably cool.
Summers in Jhansi
Summers of Jhansi extend from April to June. These months are extremely hot with temperatures ranging between 34°C and 42°C.
Monsoon in Jhansi
Monsoons in this city extend from July to September and are frequently accompanied by rain showers.
Places to see in Jhansi
In Jhansi you will find many forts and palaces. On your visit to this place, you can explore the Jhansi Fort, Rani Mahal or the Queen's Palace, and the Mahalaxmi Temple among other magnificent temples, churches and museums.
Weather on Twitter
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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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