Bangalore Climate

The City of Bangalore is situated 949 metres (3113 feet) above sea level. Due to this high elevation, Bangalore city enjoys moderate climate throughout the year. April, usually is the warmest month with a temperature range of 33.5 degree C to 21.3 degree C. On the other hand, winter is at peak during January with a temperature range of 25.6 degree C to 15.2 degree C. Usually people do not feel the need of air-coolers or fans unless there are occasional heat waves in summer. All through the year you would need warm blanket at night. The city appears to have naturally been centrally air-conditioned. Casual rains are very frequent and the summers are warm. Winters in Bangalore are not very cold. In fact, no weather go extreme in Bangalore.

Best time to visit Bangalore:

You can visit the city any time of the year and enjoy the pleasant climate. However, it is not advisable to to travel in the rainy season which mainly lasts between July and September. Also you would enjoy occassional showers while visiting Bangalore in the winter.

Bangalore Climate
Bangalore Climate Chart

With explosion of IT industry, the bangalore city is growing into a concrete city and thereby inviting climate changes. Moderate to high temperature has been recorded in summer in recent years. The maximum temperature is summer has been 37 degree celcious while the minimum temperature dropped to 20°C. Maximum temperature in winter has been recorded as 27 degree celcious and the minimum as sub 17 degrees.

The monsoons begin in July and carry on till September. Bangalore receives rainfall from both the northeast and the southwest monsoons. August, September and October are the wettest months and hence carrying an umbrella would be a wise. Winter also experiences occasional rainfalls in Bangalore.

Overall, Bangalore city has a pleasant climate. The natural greenery and man-made parks of the city add to the attaction along with the climate.

Live Bangalore Weather Forecast:

Please refer to today’s realtime weather report of Bangalore and weather forecasts displayed on this website.

21 Comments on “Bangalore Climate”

  1. I found your blog post while searching Google. Very informative, especially since this is not an issue a lot of people are familiar with…

  2. Now a days bangalore is as hot in summer as any other place in india. thanks to global warming, deforestation and concrete jungle.

      1. Yes I am willing to use bicycle and I am using too. It is not too far when the bike parking place will be filled with bycycles. May be to save the ecosysteem or to save oneself from diseases occurring due to the unhealthy lifestyle of Bangalore

    1. I agree with you but other factors also responsible to make Bangalore hot eg thousands of trees cutting for road widening, density of petrol & diesel vehicles and high rise building etc etc. Not only Bangalore, but also in Earth we are making ourselves worst around us in future centuries.

  3. Hi, I am from Dubai and would like to know how the weather in bangalore be in july-september 2010. Appreciate your quick help.

    1. it is very pleasant a tthat time of the year. Mild to heavy reains also may occur during aug-sep in bangalore.

    1. The live temperature and weather display on this website is kool. Looking for more informative articles on Bengaluru here.

  4. Bangalore weather was good earlier times, but not now.
    You can say climate is cool but the the air quality has gone down.
    Environment is poluted, so makes whether not good specially for Alergic people.
    I came to Bangalore arround 6-7 years back,but now I have a second thought of settling down here considering the future our kids growing.

  5. Bangalore is no exception to Global warming !!. Still, comparatively, the climate is pleasant even during summer ( as compared to Chennai )

  6. Very interesting.. today’s temperature in February was 37 degree celcius. God knows what will happen in summer. And we keep destroying the green cover and spreading apartments to surrounding villages.

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