(Last Updated on : 27-08-2013)
Geography of Bhojpur district
involves an extreme climate, which comprises hot westerly winds that blow in the month of March and chilly winters commences from November and continues till March. The total area of Bhojpur measures about 2,395 square kilometres and this area experiences extremes of climate. The district of Bhojpur is placed between the longitude of 83ø 45' to 84ø 45' East and latitude of 25ø 10' to 25ø 40' North.
Bhojpur district is situated at a height of 193 metres above sea level. April and May are known as to be the hottest months in this area. Monsoons arrive here within June's third week and the rains continue till September. November marks the beginning of the winter season and the coldest month is believed to be the coldest month in Bhojpur. The temperature drops to a minimum of 10 C.
Thunderstorms occur during the initial days of the arrival of the monsoons. The monsoons are very humid and July and August are quite wet as this area receives the maximum quantity of rainfall in June. The average amount of rainfall is about 300 metres. Easterly winds continue blowing during the months of June till September and is often accompanied by rainfall in October. During May, westerly winds keep blowing.
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