continues the monsoon charm in Guwahati
, with the city frequently singing under the rhythm of rain. The humidity and rainfall reach their zenith this month, resulting in an awe-inspiring spectacle of water and greenery. Despite heavy downpours, life in the city progresses undisturbed, embracing the monsoon magic. July, receiving an astounding 377mm (14.84") of rainfall, stands out amongst its counterparts. Meanwhile, the city continues to enjoy a significant degree of daylight, lighting up the rain-washed surroundings.
July's arrival brings an average high-temperature of a still tropical 31.7°C (89.1°F), slightly deviating from June
's 31.9°C (89.4°F). Throughout the month of July, the nighttime temperature in Guwahati, India
, dips to an average of 25.3°C (77.5°F).
The average heat index in July is computed to be a blazing hot 45°C (113°F). Stay watchful
: Heat exhaustion along with heat cramps are likely. Ongoing effort may cause heatstroke.
Realize that the values for the heat index are set for shaded places and light winds. Direct sunshine exposure could raise heat index values by as much as 15 Fahrenheit (8 Celsius) degrees.Note
: The heat index, also known as 'apparent temperature' or 'felt air temperature', reflects the feeling of heat when considering both air temperature and humidity. An individual's perception of weather can be affected by a variety of elements including metabolic differences, being pregnant, and their level of physical exertion. Direct exposure to the sun's rays can enhance the felt temperature, increasing the heat index by up to 15 Fahrenheit (8 Celsius) degrees. Heat index values are quite important for children. Children often overlook the need for breaks and fluid intake. Thirst is a late-stage sign of dehydration - hence, it is necessary to stay hydrated, especially during extended periods of physical activities.
The innate cooling system of the human body revolves around perspiration, with the evaporation of sweat being central to this process. Elevated relative humidity diminishes evaporation, thereby reducing the body's ability to shed heat and creating a feeling of being too warm. As body temperatures escalate without effective heat release, one might face dehydration threats.
July and September
, with an average relative humidity of 83%, are the most humid months in Guwahati.
The month with the most rainfall in Guwahati is July, when the rain falls for 20 days and typically aggregates up to 377mm (14.84") of precipitation.
The average length of the day in July in Guwahati, India, is 13h and 36min.
On the first day of July in Guwahati, India, sunrise is at 4:34 am and sunset at 6:19 pm. On the last day of the month, sunrise is at 4:48 am and sunset at 6:10 pm IST.
The month with the least sunshine is July, with an average of 4h of sunshine.