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Punjab spreads from the foothills of the Himalayas in the northeast to a semi-arid desert region towards the southeast. Due to its inland subtropical location, the climate of the state is continental, semiarid to sub humid. As in other parts of India, there are three major seasons in Punjab.

The weather of Amritsar is very much like any other north-western state of India. It experiences summer, winter and monsoon in significant proportions. Owing to its location, the city witnesses extreme climatic conditions during summer and winter. Usually by the mid of summer, the temperatures rise considerably, while the winters are marked by extreme chills.

The holy city of Amritsar has an extreme climate with very hot summers and very cold winters. Monsoon hits the city around the first week of July and brings average rainfall. Amritsar has a bitter winter and a harsh summer. Winter (November to March) sees temperatures dipping between 18 C and 0 C. Summer (April to June) temperatures can soar up to 46 C. The monsoon and post-monsoon showers between July and November make the weather cool and pleasant. The perfect time to plan a trip here would be between October and March when the air is less humid and the temperature is pleasant. At the time of festivals many people visit Amritsar, the predominant festival being Baisakhi (also known as Vaisakhi), which falls on or around the 13 of April each year.

The summer season in Amritsar begins in the month of April and lasts till the end of June. The temperature is high and can rise to as much as 46oC, which is the highest temperature of the place. As for the minimum temperature, it remains around 25oC. If you are planning to travel in this season, make sure you carry light cotton clothes and sunscreen lotions with you. Also, take sufficient water and fluids, to beat down the heat.

Monsoon starts showering the drops from the beginning of July and lasts till the month of October. It comes as a great relief from the scorching heat of the summers. The annual rainfall received by the city is around 790mm.

Winter in Amritsar lasts from November to the end of March. The winter season is the best time to visit Amritsar for the climate is cool and pleasant. However, temperature falls down considerably to even 0oC in the month of December and January. In these two months, the weather is chilly and frost is a common sight. So, when you travel to Amritsar in this season, take care you have sufficient woolen clothes to keep you warm.

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