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Panchmarhi Weather And Best Time To Visit Panchmarhi
Panchmarhi is a hill station but since this place is in Madhya Pradesh it lacks the latitude to give the place a really cold climate. During March-June Panchmarhi celebrates its summer when the weather is fresh and pleasant. The temperature does not rise beyond 35°C and tourists could do sightseeing throughout the day. Winter in Panchmarhi is of course absolutely glorious weather. The best time to visit Panchmarhi is therefore in the winter, which is November-February; though one can also visit Panchmarhi between April and June.
Unlike in the plains, it rains during the monsoon season which is between July and September. The Panchmarhi Utsav is in December and visitors may like to visit this place then when there is an annual festival with plenty of local food besides art shows and craft stalls.
Panchmarhi celebrates its summer from March till June. Actually by April the hills become very pleasant and there is a lot of freshness in the air. The temperature during the entire season stays between 22°C and 35°C. The weather is very pleasant for visitors who can virtually move around right through the day. It is true that the temperature does start to rise from April. However, it is still very pleasant and cool for tourists. Summer is therefore a good season for visitors.
Panchmarhi has moderate rainfall in the first half of monsoon while during the latter half it has fairly heavy rains. The temperature remains at a maximum of 27°C throughout the monsoon while the minimum drops to around 20°C. The waterfalls all around come alive during this period and the place becomes lush green. Visitors could come and enjoy Panchmarhi during the monsoon.
The temperature seldom rises to beyond 15°C in winter while the minimum could drop to 4°C at times. Visitors are advised to bring heavy woollies to protect themselves from the chilly weather during winter. Visitors who are well protected enjoy themselves in the bracing weather while the mist that pervades adds to the charm of Panchmarhi.