Manali weather in September
Weather plays an important role in the vegetation and plantation of a particular area. Similarly the monsoon season has its own significance and meaning. The tourist destination, Manali is offering pleasant and alluring weather for native and tourists from India as well as from across the globe. The salubrious environs’, beautiful-deep gorges, green velvety forests of pine and deodars and magical landscapes are worth watching. Such landmarks are unusual for people from plains. Such a close acquaintance with nature is the only charm and thrill offered by the hill town.
Monsoon is just ending in the month of September and winter is few days ahead. The rains received during this month are not excessive as in the month of August. By the end of September mercury starts dropping down and cold weather can be experienced. The average temperature recorded during daytime is 25 degree C. but the nights are considerably cool as the average temperature can be as minimum as 11 degree C. however, it’s not too hot and too cold, but nights are witnessing a bit cold wave.
During and after monsoon the scene of nature is very luring. The green blanket has covered it all. The intermittent rains and in between sunshine rays making a weather little bit cozy and warm, is inviting. The cultivated and natural plantations have grown enormously and one can see diversified flora and fauna which was usually not visible in summers and have particularly comes to life after long natural irrigation. Weather is unpredictable, so month of September can be rainy or dry. If it’s not raining this month can also be best time for wondering around. Tourists can enjoy varied shades of nature after monsoon.
Light warm clothing and woolens are must to carry in September as by now a chill is experienced in the weather of Manali.
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