Historical Weather of Nandurbar in Jan
Temperature
Max Temperature 30.2 86° cf
Min Temperature 15.4 60° cf
Highest 35.9 97° cf  (6th 1958)
Lowest 8.1 47° cf  (25th 1964)
Rainfall
Monthly Total 3.6 mm
No. of rainy days 0.2
Total in wettest month 43.9 mm  (1955)
Heaviest rain in 24 hours 43.9 mm  (28th 1955)
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Nandurbar
Overview
Nandurbar is a city situated in the Nandurbar district of Maharashtra. It is a well-known tribal area and has mainly hilly regions. Narmada River forms the northern and northeastern boundary of the district.
Seasons in Nandurbar
Winters in Nandurbar
Winters are generally cool and dry and are the best time to visit the place. The months from December to February constitute the winter season. Average temperatures range from a minimum of 15°C to a maximum of 30°C.
Summers in Nandurbar
The summer season in Nandurbar lasts from March to May and is characterized by extremely uncomfortable and hot conditions. The maximum temperature can go up to 40°C and minimums hover around 25°C. It is not advisable to visit the place during summer months.
Monsoon in Nandurbar
The onset of the monsoon in Nandurbar is seen towards the end of June. Monsoon showers continue till the month of September. The monsoon season here is characterized by warm and humid conditions with maximums in early thirties
Places to see in Nandurbar
On a visit to Nandurbar, do not miss the nearby hill station called Toranmal. It is one of the most popular places in and around the city. Another popular tourist destination in the Nandurbar district is the Dakshin Kasi. It is an important religious spot where many devotees and pilgrims can be seen almost throughout the year. In fact, there are many temples which you should visit while travelling to the city of Nandurbar. These include Toranmal Shiva Temple, Narayan Pur and Dattatreya Temple. The fort of Akka Rani is also an interesting place to visit. Even the 105 feet hanuman statue is worst seeing.
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