Shimla

Shimla goes through a subtropical highland climate that features three major seasons, a fairly warm summer, a cold winter and a short rainy season.

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Shimla goes through a subtropical highland climate that features three major seasons, a fairly warm summer, a cold winter and a short rainy season. During the summer months, from April till early July, the average high stands at mid twenties while the low drops below high teens. From July till October Shimla gets a great level of precipitation as August, the wettest month of the year, receives more than 500mm of rainfall. However, as soon as the winter comes, the level of rainfall reduces dramatically. Winter features cold weather in Shimla. January is the coldest month when temperature drops to 2°C. Moreover, the season gets a little rainfall that can force you change your plan.

Shimla, the capital city of Himachal Pradesh, India, experiences a subtropical highland climate. It enjoys three major seasons, a fairly warm summer, a cold winter and a short rainy season.

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