Rajasthan has many different climates, but is dominated by BWh.
|Hot desert climates||1482||BWh||Jodhpur, Bikaner, Sri Ganganagar, Churu, Nagaur|
|Hot semi-arid climates||515||BSh||Jaipur, Kota, Ajmer, Udaipur, Bhilwara|
|Hot-summer Mediterranean climate||46||Csa||Dhaulpur, Sawai Madhopur, Jhalawar, Jhalarapatan, Jharol|
|Tropical savanna climate||30||Aw||Banswara, Aklera, Pirawa, Kushalgarh, Manoharthana|
Jodhpur's climate is a desert one. During the year, there is virtually no rainfall in Jodhpur. The Köppen-Geiger climate classification is BWh. The average temperature in Jodhpur is 26.5 °C | 79.6 °F. The annual rainfall is 323 mm | 12.7 inch.
Bikaner is considered to have a desert climate. There is virtually no rainfall during the year in Bikaner. This location is classified as BWh by Köppen and Geiger. The average annual temperature is 26.9 °C | 80.4 °F in Bikaner. The rainfall here is around 229 mm | 9.0 inch per year.
Sri Ganganagar has a desert climate. There is virtually no rainfall during the year. The climate here is classified as BWh by the Köppen-Geiger system. In Sri Ganganagar, the average annual temperature is 25.3 °C | 77.5 °F. The annual rainfall is 367 mm | 14.4 inch.
Churu's climate is a desert one. In Churu, there is virtually no rainfall during the year. According to Köppen and Geiger, this climate is classified as BWh. In Churu, the average annual temperature is 25.9 °C | 78.7 °F. About 374 mm | 14.7 inch of precipitation falls annually.
The climate in Nagaur is called a desert climate. During the year, there is virtually no rainfall. This location is classified as BWh by Köppen and Geiger. The temperature here averages 26.1 °C | 79.1 °F. The rainfall here is around 307 mm | 12.1 inch per year.