FAQ about Pune Weather...Is it changing to hot or cold ?

Well here are certain facts anf figures on the Pune weather...What does it tell..That as the figures show below, the variations are there in weather from last 100 years or more.

Pune's Hottest Ever:  43.3c on 30th April 1897 & 7th May 1889. ...So it as in 1897, so is it hotter now...No.
Yes, Urbanisation has warmed up the city averages, but the overall Weather patters ahve their normal variation cycles.

Pune's Coldest Day:   18.9c on 1st March 2015. 

Pune's Coldest Ever: 1.7c on 17th January 1935,...again its 1935. The coldest Pune has seen.
Pune April Records:Temps            

43.3c (30th 1897)...Max Temperature
10.6c (2nd 1903).....Minimum
51.1 mm (4th 1896)...Rainfall.
Heaviest Rainfall in 24 hrs 181  mms ..Oct 5th 2010

Pune's  hottest Night was a minimum of 28.0c recorded on 19th May 2010 morning. Pune Min was 26.7c on 9th June 2019.

Coldest May Night was on 6th May 1968 when the min dropped to 13.8c.
Heaviest 24 hrs Rainfall: 181 mms, on 5th October 2010.
It is seen that the cyclic variations due occur over the years . This is due to the changing weather parameters on certain periods of time.

Madhya Maharashtra wettest monsoon
During period 1871-2019
Was in 2019
When total rain in JJAS month was 1166.9mm
Second wettest 1878
Rain: 941.4mm

Pune /Nasik create New Annual Rainfall record:
Rainfall Pune : 2019* = 1309 mms
Previous Record 1242 mms in 1892
Same for Konkan wettest was in 2019 with 4385.8mm rain
Details compiled by Vineet Kumar (IITM)

Rainfall Nasik: 2019* = 1399 mms
Previous Record 1145 mms in 1969
* Till Oct 31st.
28th April 2019
Khaargone 47.5c.
Akola 47.2c (April Record), Parbhani 47.2c (ATR for any month), 
Karjat 45.8c,

Pune 43.0c, , Badlapur (Private) 43c, Nasik 42.8c (New Record again)
Mahableshwar 36.1c, Matheran 38.4c

26th April 2019:

Nasik Recorded 42.7c max, breaking its all time record for any month of 42.2c, which has been intact since 12th May 1960.Minimum also is a record high (as per stats with vagaries)  on 27th April 2019...28.6c

26th April 2019: Pune 42.9c, Nagar 45.1c (All time is 48.2 in 2010), Mahableshwar 35.7c, Akola 46.7c, Chandrapur 46.5c, Nagpur 45.3c.
20th February 2019:
Maharashtra Cities: Beed 39.0c, Ahemadnagar 38.5c, Pune 37.5c (+ 6), Mahableshwar 31.9c,


Pune's Hottest Ever:  43.3c on 30th April 1897 & 7th May 1889. 

Pune's Coldest Day:   18.9c on 1st March 2015
same day Nagpur had a high of 19c with 3 mms rain and Aurangabad 19c in the day.

Pune's Coldest Ever: 1.7c on 17th January 1935,

Pune April Records:Temps            Temps               Rainfall 24 hrs
43.3 (30th 1897)
10.6 (2nd 1903)
51.1 (4th 1896)

Pune's  hottest Night was a minimum of 28.0c recorded on 19th May 2010 morning. Pune Min was 26.7c on 9th June 2019.

Coldest May Night was on 6th May 1968 when the min dropped to 13.8c.
Heaviest 24 hrs Rainfall: 181 mms, on 5th October 2010.

Mahableshwar April Records:    Temps            Temps                 24 hrs Ran     Monthly Rain

                                                  37.6(21,1976)   11.1(15,1955)                       095.0(19,1937) 414.0(1899)
Mahableshar ATR for 24 hrs 595 mms on 23rd July 2021.

19th November 2012, , the Met department recorded a minimum temperature of 7.9 degrees celsius for the city which was 6.4 degrees below normal. 
On November 28, 1984, the minimum temperature recorded was 6.2 degrees and on November 23, 1981, it was 6.8 degrees. The lowest ever for the month stands at 4.6 degrees recorded on November 27, 1964.

12 July 1961 – Panshet: A day that changed Pune (from Amit Paranjape's Blog).

Half a century ago, the new under-construction Panshet dam had started developing some problems, even before it was complete. Against some recommendations, the dam was being filled up during the 1961 monsoon season. Cracks started developing and yet there was lot of debate on whether the dam was in real imminent danger. Read this technical article for a good engineering summary of what went wrong at Panshet:

A valiant last-ditch effort by the Army Jawans managed to delay the inevitable by a few hours. These few hours helped a lot. If not for this great effort, where thousands of sand bags were deployed, the dam would have burst in the middle of the night, creating havoc for the sleeping residents of Pune. The few hours delay meant that the burst happened early morning and the wall of flood waters reached Pune later in the morning. The deluge of flood waters of Panshet also broke the smaller Khadakwasla dam, further downstream.
Residents started getting some warnings early in the morning and the authorities started moving out the residents living near the riverside. Many residents fled to higher grounds, some all the way to the Parvati Hill. Apparently, All India Radio did not broadcast any warnings, and was playing a regular scheduled music program when the floods struck. The low lying areas of the old city were almost completely submerged. Except for the Bund Garden Bridge, all the bridges were under water as well. Water rushed into the old ‘Peths’ and along Karve Road, Deccan Gymkhana areas. For many hours, the high water levels persisted. Roughly speaking Panshet water reservoir stores enough water for all of Pune’s city needs today (today’s needs are probably 5-10 times more than the 1960s requirements). Imagine all that water being drained out in just a few hours! To give you an idea of the level of the water, just visualize the first floor of Abasaheb Garware College (MES) on Karve Road, nearly completely submerged! Some people and rescue workers were trying navigate Deccan Gymkhana, FC/JM Road areas in small boats.

Hottest Ever:   43.6c on 26th April 1958 & 20th May 1984. 
Highest recorded by vagaries @ Aurangabad 44.6c on 13th May 1988.

Coldest Day;   17.5c on 27th December 1986, and 18c on 14th February 1984, with 5 mms rain in the day. 

Coldest Day recorded by vagaries @ Aurangabad:   17.1c on 6th December 1993.

Coldest Ever:  1.2c 17th Jan 1968, & 28th December 1968. 

Unofficial non confirmed report speaks of  0c on 16th Jan 1968. 
Coldest by vagaries @Aurangabad   3.7c on 28th December 1983

Warmest Night: 33.5c on 19th May 1984
32.2c on 9th May 1988.

Heaviest Rainfall in 24 hrs: 157.6 mms om 11th October 1990

Cold Waves:

On 2nd January 1991, a cold Wave swept most of NW India and Maharashtra. 

Pune saw 2.8c, Nagpur 3.2c and Auranagabad 4.6c., Ahmedabad 4.0c  (NW details in North India Page). 
2nd January 1995, again saw 2.8c in Pune.

In 1997, a cold wave in Marathwada saw Aurangabad falling to 4.2c on 22nd January 1997.

2008: 8th February In Gujarat, the lowest was at Nalliya, 0.4c and Mt. Abu in Rajasthan recorded -3c.

On 9th February, 2012, a cold spell in Nasik District brought the following Temperatures: Kalwan (Grape Centre) -2c, Sakore  -0.2c, Niphad  2c and Nasik  2.7c....Ice flakes (Frost) formed and damaged the grape vineyards.

Summer Times Extremes:

In the week ended 18th March 1975, Mahableshwar was hotter than Mumbai and Pune. While Mahableshwar managed 35c and 34c on two days, Mumbai was 32c. And Pune was 19c at night against 20c at the hill station !

Mahableshwar's Hottest Day was on 24rd March 2003, when it touched 38.2c.
15th April 2016 ....Mahableshwar recorded 36.4c...

13th April 2017..
Max temperature in Ahmednagar on 13th was 43.2c, and minimum 15.4c. Day/Night variation 27.8c !

Mahableshwar saw a high of 35.9c on 13th April. It was 35.6c on 11th April in MShwar.

Aurangabad Summer started early in 1975, when it touched 37c on 14th March, and Pune was 36c.

Late WD on 14th April 1983 brings cold and rain to Gujarat
Bhuj recorded 13 mms, Ahmadabad 8 mms, Baroda 7 mms  and Rajkot 6 mms. usty winds swept Gujarat.
Bhuj saw low of 17c, Ahm and Baroda 19c, Rajkot 18c and Pune 15c on 18th April 1983.

In 1988, Summer was intense in India. 
Started with 40c in March at Nagpur  on 16th March. 
Chandrapur touched 48c and Nagpur 47c.

Aurangabad had 31 days in the season over 40c 

Aurangabad had a day night range of 22c - 13c on 26th March in 1989 with 9 mms of rain.

While in 2005, Pune saw a low of 12c on the 10th of March.

On the other side, Ahmadnagar recorded 49c on May 26th 1969, Beed (Marathwada) 48.5c on May 5th 1983.

Page incomplete, publish matter still to come.....


  1. Ahmadnagar : in Jan 2011, max of 29c and min of 2 c (range of 27 c)..

  2. Nanded : Recorded above 23 c daily range from 23 to 31 Dec 2015 ..
    Highest daily range on 29 Dec 2015 : 34.5 c / 8 c

  3. 1 March 2015 - pune max 18.5-19 °c
    Rainfall recorded nearly 50mm.
    Lowest max temperature

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