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Weather In Chitrakoot

Chitrakoot experiences extreme kind of climatic conditions which are marked with scorching summers, cold winters and heavy rain showers.

Summer in Chitrakoot extends from March to June when the temperature level ranges from 47c to 26c and the weather turns significantly hot and sweltering. April and May are the hottest months of the year when tourists generally prefer to avoid visiting Chitrakoot for sightseeing and other tourism purposes.

Monsoon sets in during the month of July and prevails till September when Chitrakoot plateau is drenched with medium to heavy precipitations and the entire terrain infused with life and blanketed in emerald green veil of verdure looks tremendously mesmerizing and seductive. The crystal clear waters of the Mandakini River flowing in profusion during the rainy season yield an absolutely charismatic panorama.

Winter reaches Chitrakoot in the month of November and lasts till February when the weather turns remarkably chilly and nippy. The temperature fluctuates between 26c and 2c during this season when the nights get piercingly cold and freezing as compared to daytime and tourists are advised to carry normal to heavy woolen clothes along if visiting Chitrakoot in winter. The winter days are notably pleasant & salubrious and most perfect and idyllic for excursions and sightseeing.

The period from October to November will grant you a pleasurable and lovely sight seeing experience in and around Chitrakoot while December to March is best for all outings and tourist expeditions. July to September is preferable for the short trips whereas the most ideal time for visiting Chitrakoot is July to March.