Roughly speaking, Rajasthan has a tropical desert climate. It is very cold from October to February, when the scorching sun tormented land from March to September. Due to scanty rainfall, the woman can be seen for miles carrying water to meet their daily needs during the summer. To the south of Rajasthan, Luni River and Chambal River and its tributaries I bless the people with their water and form alluvial basin in Kota.
There are different variations of the temperature range of daily and seasonal throughout the state, covering the most typical phenomenon of warm, dry continental climate. Summer begins in March, while the temperature continues to rise gradually to April, May and June. To the west of Rajasthan and the eastern side of the Aravali in Bikaner district, Phalodi, Jaisalmer and the Barmer, the maximum daytime temperature hovers around 40 ° C to 45 ° C. Sometimes it even reaches as high 49 ° C during the summer months. Summer Nights see a significant drop in temperature with a minimum of daily temperature of about 20 ° C to 29 ° C. However, Udaipur and Mount Abu, have a pleasant climate in the summer with a relatively low daily maximum temperature that reaches 38 ° C and 31.5 ° C respectively. The daily minimum temperature at night for these two stations is around 25 ° C and 22 ° C respectively. The main part of the state tat consists of arid and semi-arid West of the Midwest has an average maximum of 45 ° C in June.
January is the coldest month in Rajasthan look. Minimum temperatures sometimes falling to -2 ° C at night in places like Sikar, Churu, Pilani and Bikaner. Sandy ground becomes colder with occasional secondary westerly winds that cross the western, northern and eastern Rajasthan during the winter months, and even cause the light rain and chilly winds may be experienced during this period. Much of Rajasthan, with the exception of the south-east Rajasthan, including Kota, Bundi and Baran and Western Barmer have an average temperature of more than 10 ° C. Because of the cold westerly winds, the entire Rajasthan sometimes come under the influence of cold wave from 2 to 5 days , during the winter.
Rajasthan is a desert area, the climate is changing mainly from arid to sub-humid. To the west of Aravallis, the climate is characterized by low rainfall, extreme daily and annual temperatures, low humidity and strong wind speeds. East of Aravallis, climate is semi-arid to sub-humid marked by a low wind speed and high humidity and better rainfall. The annual rainfall in the state is significantly different. The average range of annual rainfall of less than 10 cm in the north-western part of the Jaisalmer region (the lowest in the state), from 20 to 30 cm in the regions of Ganganagar, Bikaner and the Barmer, from 30 to 40 cm in the regions of Nagaur, Jodhpur, Churu and Jalor and more than 40 cm in Sikar region, Jhunjhunun, fell and western outskirts of the Aravali. The more fortunate east side Aravallis cm 55 cm of rainfall in Ajmer to 102 cm of rainfall in Jhalawar. Mount Abu in Sirohi district in the south-western region receives the highest rainfall in the state (163.8 cm). South-west monsoon begins in the last week of June in the eastern regions and may continue until mid-September. There are sometimes premonsoon rains in mid-June while after the monsoon rains may occur in October. Winters can also receive little rainfall with the passage of the western distribution in the region. However, Rajasthan gets most of its monthly rainfall in July and August.
If you wish to enjoy your trip to Rajasthan to the most, it is best to visit Rajasthan between October and March. This is because during this period the weather remains very pleasant. It is neither too hot nor too cold.