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December, The First Winter month | Winter in Janakpur Dham

December Facts: Janakpur, A religious place

What is the UV index reading in December in Janakpur?

The average daily maximum UV index in December in Janakpur, Nepal, is 5. A UV Index estimate of 3 to 5 represents a moderate vulnerability from the exposure to the Sun's UV rays.

What is the month with the lowest UV index in Janakpur?

Months with the lowest UV index in Janakpur are January and December, with an average maximum UV index of 5.

How many hours of sunshine does Janakpur have in December?

In December, the average sunshine in Janakpur is 6h.

What is the average length of the day in December in Janakpur?

In Janakpur, Nepal, the average length of the day in December is 10.5h.

What is the month with the shortest days in Janakpur?

The month with the shortest days in Janakpur is December, with an average of 10.5h of daylight.

How much does it rain in Janakpur in December?

During December, Janakpur regularly aggregates up to 8.4mm (0.3") of precipitation.

What is the temperature in December in Janakpur?

In Janakpur, in December, the average high-temperature is 25.1°C (77.2°F), and the average low-temperature is 10.9°C (51.6°F).

December, the first month of the winter, in Janakpur, is still a warm month, with average temperature varying between 25.1°C (77.2°F) and 10.9°C (51.6°F).

Temperature

In Janakpur, the average high-temperature marginally drops, from 29.3°C (84.7°F) in November, to a still-warm 25.1°C (77.2°F). In Janakpur, Nepal, in December, the average low-temperature is 10.9°C (51.6°F).

Rainfall

During December, Janakpur regularly aggregates up to 8.4mm (0.3") of precipitation. Throughout the year, 1552.5mm (61.1") of rain is accumulated.

Daylight

The month with the shortest days is December, with an average of 10.5h of daylight.

Sunshine

The average sunshine in Janakpur is 6h.

UV index

Months having the lowest UV index in Janakpur are January and December, having an average maximum UV index of 5. A UV Index estimate of 3 to 5 represents a medium vulnerability from unsafe exposure to the UV radiation for average individuals.
Note for skin caring: In December, the average maximum UV index of 5 translate into the following recommendations:

Take precautions. Light skin individuals may get burned in less than 30 minutes. The solar radiation is most powerful near the mid-day, so the exposure to the direct Sun should be reduced accordingly. A wide-brim hat offers excellent sun protection for the eyes, ears, face, and neck. Sunglasses with UVA and UVB protection significantly reduce eye damage from sun exposure. Tightly woven, loose-fitting clothes provide additional protection from the Sun.


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