Shirdi primarily enjoys a temperate climate, with the weather being quite tolerable all year round.
The months from March to May mark the summer season. This period is typically avoided by visitors, as the temperature can soar to an uncomfortable 40℃, while it drops to a minimum 21℃.
This pilgrim spot has mostly dry climate. Hence, the arrival of monsoons provides a much needed relief to the region. Spanning from June to August, this season is characterized by scanty rainfalls transforming the surroundings into a fertile, green scenery. This is the best time of the year to pay homage to Saibaba and opt for Ashram visit.
The winter season lasts from December to February, the temperature ranging from a maximum of 32℃ to a minimum of 8℃.