|The Ghazipur is situated in
eastern part of Uattar Pradesh, hence the climate of Ghazipur is not very Hot or Cold. The
coldest months here are December-January and the hottest months are May-June. The
Temperature varies from 5° to 17° centigrade in
winters and 30° to 42° in summers. But
some times winter temperature ebbs to 3° C and summer temperature shoots
up to 45° C. In the summers, which begin from March and last till Mid June the
temperature starts rising and sometimes it reaches 45° C.speedy westerly winds
known as "Loo" lash the district in day times , but night are pleasant and cozy.
After scorching heat from mid or last of June a pleasant change in weather
occurs. The south-west monsoon advances and covers the district around June-end and rainy
season begins which goes till October. After the recession of south-west monsoon , the
winters descend on the state from 15th October. It continues till the end of February.
Though cod winds pierce through in the night , days remain bright and warm with clear blue
sky during this period. Apart from few wintry downpours the weather remains dry and
Rainfall- The annual rainfall in the district was between 800 mm. and 1200 mm and in 1997 the rainfall was 1034 mm. On the average there are 49-55 rainy days ( days with rain fall of 2.5 mm or more ) in a year in the district.
Temperature- There is no meteorological observatory in the district. but by help of observatory in Geography Department, P.G. College. the May-June are hottest month with mean daily max. temp. at about 41° C and mean daily minimum about 26° C. January is generally the coldest month with mean daily maximum temp. at about 23° C and mean daily minimum at about 9° C. According to Sankh Partika 1997, the Maxm. Temp. 42.7° C and minimum Temp. 2.0° C of District.
Humidity- During July and September the relative humidity are high being over 70 %. During the Post-Mansoon and winter season the humidity is high in the morning . By summer , the relative humidity become very low i.e. less than 25 %.
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