Weather In Mathura
Mathura experiences an extreme type of climate which is characterized with severely hot summers, chilly winters and moderate monsoons.
Summer in Mathura extends from March to June when the ambience turns tremendously hot and the blistering summer winds bake the entire terrain with their exceeding heat. During the summer months temperature quite easily crosses the level of 45°c and roaming around in the town or sight seeing turns almost next to impossible. Even the minimum temperature of summer doesn’t drop downer than 30°c and the weather even turns unbearable due to the high humidity which always remains around 40-50%. However, summer nights in Mathura are comparatively cooler and the temperature remains around 28 to 30°c. Tourists generally avoid visiting Mathura in summer, especially between April to June.
Monsoon sets in during the month of July and lasts till September when moderate downpours offer some relief from the roasting heat of summer and newly blossoming foliages and flowers adorn the entire plateau with multicolored verdant carpet. The average annual rainfall at Mathura hardly goes beyond 600 mm.
Winter extends from December to February when days are pleasing and comforting while nights are chilly and freezing. The maximum temperature of winter in Mathura is reported to be 32°c while it can drop as down as 2 to 3°c at times. The average temperature of a winter night in Mathura is always below 14°c. Though a bit extra breezy and frigid, winter is the best season to pay a visit to Mathura; the land of Lord Shri Krishna.
The most ideal time for tourism activities in Mathura is from October to March. The period between October and November offers pleasant scenery and agreeable sight seeing opportunities at Mathura. The phase between December and March is perfect for all outing activities. April to June is best avoided and July to September is suitable only for short trips as clogged water and muddy roads might create blockages and disturb your excursion plans.