Kullu Manali Weather
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Kullu-Manali is an attractive destination with much to great opportunity offer, but weather conditions make any part of the season win over others. The best time to visit Manali is generally during the months of summer and autumn, between May and October, except the monsoon season coming in July and August, when rainfall patterns perpetuating landslides. The summer months (May and June) receive maximum tourist influx in hill station Manali and is a great time for holidays or honeymoon trip.
Summer season in Kullu-Manali
Summer or pre-monsoon season in India, lasting from April to June (April to July in Northern India). And temperatures average around 32–40 °C in most of the interior (10°C to 25°C in Himachal Pradesh). Snow can be viewed only at very high altitudes like as Rohtang Pass or Leh.
Monsoon season in Kullu-Manali
The main monsoon season in India, which lasts from mid-June to September (July and mid-September in northern India). Monsoon rainfall starts to recede from Northern India early in October. Southern India usually receives more rain. It is absolutely not the best time to visit Manali as due to mudslides from heavy rainfall are very common here.
Winter season in Kullu-Manali
Winter season in India, lasting from November to February. December and January are the coldest months, with mean temperatures of in Indian Himalayas. There is a huge variation in the climatic conditions of Himachal Pradesh due to variation in altitudes. And temperatures average around 16 to 21 °C (61 to 70 °F), and nighttime temperatures average 2–8 °C (36–46 °F). November and February are best to come for winter activities like skiing and ice skating in Manali.
Snowfalls and landslides are conducted in the quaint hill station of Manali during winter months. Visitors are encouraged to take the heavy wool – suit when to visit the mountain resort in the winter time shooting the cool climate in order to avoid freezing.