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Aizwal maximum & minimum temperature and rainfall
 
  City   Month Max Temp Min Temp Mean Rainfall mm
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Aizwal in January 20.4 11.4 13.4
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Aizwal in February 21.7 12.8 23.4
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Aizwal in March 25.2 15.6 73.4
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Aizwal in April 26.8 17.5 167.7
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Aizwal in May 26.3 18.1 289
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Aizwal in June 25.5 18.9 406.1
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Aizwal in July 25.3 19.1 320.4
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Aizwal in August 25.5 19.1 320.6
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Aizwal in September 25.7 19.2 305.2
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Aizwal in October 24.7 18 183.7
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Aizwal in November 23 15.1 43.2
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Aizwal in December 21 12.2 15.3
 
 
  Aizwal weather information  
     
  Min Temperature : 18° C (Summer), 11° C (Winter)  
  Max Temperature : 27° C (Summer), 25° C (Winter)  
  Best Time to Visit : October to March  
     
  Aizawl is the capital of the state of Mizoram in India.It is the largest city within the state. Located on the Tropic of Cancer, on the Himalayan ranges, the city is one of the foremost cities in the north-eastern region of India. It is also the center of all important government offices, state assembly house and civil secretariat. The population of Aizawl strongly reflects the different communities of the ethnic Mizo people.  
     
  Summer : It is generally cool during the summers with temperatures ranging from 18 to 27C and heavy rains during the months of May to September.  
     
  Monsoon : Monsoon seasons extending from June to September brings in heavy rains.  
     
  Winter : Winters, extending from November to February, are cold and extremely foggy with temperatures oscillating between 11°C to 25°C.  
     
  Clothing : Light weight cottons and linens in summer with warmer clothes in winter and on cooler evenings. Waterproofing is essential during monsoons.