Greater Noida ,
has a hot and humid climate for most of the season. The city climate becomes very
hot during the month of June which is followed by monsoon happening somewhere after
September. Monsoon is quite unpredictable
where you can't predict which way they will turn. Greater Noida monsoon has
never been like the one we witness in other parts of India, say for example Mumbai.
Winter in Noida is very chilly which peaks in at the start of November and continues
till the month of February. The foggy and chilly weather during winters makes Greater
Noida's climate a tough one to confront with.
According to the Bureau of Indian Standards, the town falls
under seismic zone-III, in a scale of I to V (in order of increasing proneness to
earthquakes) while the wind and cyclone zoning is "very high damage risk", according
to UNDP report. Ahmedabad constitutes Tropical Savanna Climate with main three seasons:
summer, monsoon and winter. Aside from monsoon weather mainly remains dry.
In summer i.e. from march to June the weather remains hot
and temperature ranges from maximum of 45°C (i.e. 113°F) to minimum of 23°C
prevails during mid June to mid September with an average rainfall of 93.2 cm (36.7
inches), but sometimes frequent heavy rain causes flood.
The cold waves from
the Himalayan region makes the winters in Greater Noida very chilly. Temperatures
fall substantially down to as low as 3 to 4º C at the peak of winter. Winters in
Delhi get really chilly with bonfires all round the streets of Noida to beat the
cold waves. Greater Noida is not aloof to the problems of fog and smog. In January,
a dense fog envelopes the city, reducing visibility on the streets
Following table gives you an idea of monthly rainfall in Greater Noida:
ANNUAL TEMPERATURE & RAINFALL CHART