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iXiGOers Dec 09 2012

What is the best time to visit Jalandhar?

Reema Bhalla DEC 10 2012
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Have you wondered what people mean by a happy holiday when you wish you so right before you set travelling? Come to Jalandhar in Winters and you’ll know the actual meaning of a holiday being happy!

  • Summer

Jalandhar is hot! And it’s also humid. Now that isn’t the best weather combination for you to be visiting Jalandhar. From March to May, the sun throws bolts of fire on Jalandhar and the temperature ranges between 28 and 48 degrees. Travel plans should be postponed to a cooler time. the heat will tire you out and your holiday may not turn out to be a fun as expected.

  • Monsoon

The light rains from June to September calm down the heat. The temperature oscillates in the thirty degrees but the humidity level still reaches the roof. You can travel to Jalandhar in monsoon though it might restrict your movement a bit. Take along an umbrella, waterproof shoes and a wind cheater during this time.

  • Winter

The warm sun smiles happily through the misty air in the months of October and November. If you drive to Jalandhar in the early hours, you’ll be able to spot a few people wrapped snuggly in their woollens . Temperatures fluctuate around 10 to 19 degrees. Carry along all those bright and colourful woollens you’ve stored up in the cupboard. Don’t forget mufflers and socks. Here the air is chilly in winter. Beyond December the temperature can fall beyond 5 degrees as well and the fog also gets really thick. Driving around this time won’t be very convenient.

Exploring Jalandhar includes eating at loads of dhabas and tons of walking around. Neither will the summer heat nor the chilling winter or the slippery rains be a convenient time to visit Jalandhar. October to November end is a good time - no sweating, no freezing!

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