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Historical Weather of Ratnagiri in Sep
Temperature
Max Temperature 29.3 85° cf
Min Temperature 23.6 74° cf
Highest 35.7 96° cf  (29th 1980)
Lowest 20.6 69° cf  (10th 1962)
Rainfall
Monthly Total 280.1 mm
No. of rainy days 14.9
Total in wettest month 740.5 mm  (1969)
Heaviest rain in 24 hours 259.0 mm  (2nd 1969)
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Ratnagiri
Overview
Ratnagiri is a port city located on the western coast in the Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra. The presence of the majestic Sahyadri hills in the east and the Arabian Sea in the west adds to the beauty of this place. The town has one of the best beaches in the Konkan, including beautiful rivers, hot water springs and waterfalls. It is a beautiful place to spend a vacation. Winter, summer and monsoon are the three main seasons observed in the city.
Seasons in Ratnagiri
Winters in Ratnagiri
Winter season starts in December and lasts till the end of February. The temperatures during the period are moderate with minimums hovering around 19°C. The maximums too remain pleasant around 30°C. This is ideally the best time to visit the place and enjoy the scenic beauty.
Summers in Ratnagiri
Summer from March to May is hot with maximum settling around 34°C on an average, making it difficult for any tourist activity during this time. The minimums too are slightly warm and settle around 25°C on an average.
Monsoon in Ratnagiri
Monsoon months from June to September observe frequent rain which is very heavy at times, making the entire region very wet. However, the beauty of the Konkan region is something to enjoy during this time.
Places to see in Ratnagiri
The best time to visit the place is from November to February. The temperatures during this time remain pleasant making it ideal time for sightseeing and other activities. Short trips can also be made during the monsoon months from June to September in order to enjoy the greenery.
Weather on Twitter
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Wednesday, July 24 07:15Reply
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