Purnia,(Hindi : पूर्णियाँ ) spelt ‘Purnea’ by the government, is a City and a Municipal Corporation in Purnia district in the Indian state of Bihar. It is the largest city of North-Eastern Bihar. Purnia is known for its moderate Climate; it has also remarkably earned its name as ‘Poor’s man’s Darjeeling’ due to its favourable climate. Purnia, with the highest rainfall in Bihar state, has a largely humid climate, with humidity rising to above 70%. A cold season, from November to February, is followed by a hot season from March to June. The monsoon season begins in early June and lasts until September and 82% of total annual rainfall falls during the monsoon season.
January, the coldest month, has a mean daily minimum temperature of 5 to 10 °C and a mean daily maximum of 20 to 25 °C. Wind is typically light in the non-monsoon seasons but during the monsoon, storms and depressions originating in the Bay of Bengal cause heavy rain and strong winds.
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