What’s the weather like in India in September?
With vast landscapes ranging from stunning coasts to bustling cities, India has varying climates across the country. In September, most of India is at the tail end of the monsoon season, so although it can be quite wet, there’s not as much rain as July and August. In between the heavy downpours, there’s still plenty of sunshine and beautifully hot temperatures, so you can relax on the beach and explore the cultural sights.
In September, the southwestern region of Goa is hot and sunny, with average highs of 31°C and lows of 27°C. It’s still very wet with 250mm of rain expected through the month, but the worst of the monsoon season has now passed. Further north and inland in New Delhi, temperatures are slightly higher in the daytime reaching around 33°C in the peak of the afternoon, while nights are cooler with an average low of 24°C. Around 120mm of rain is forecast in September, spread across four wet days.