The Climate of Bhind is characterized by general dryness, except during the south-west monsoon season. The year may be divided into 4 seasons. The winter season is from December to February is followed by the summer season from March to about middle of June . The period from Middle of June to about the end of September is the south-west monsoon season. October and November constitute the post-monsoon or retreating monsoon season
The average annual rainfall of Bhind is 668.3 mm.The spatial variation of the district is not too much. About 92% of the annual rainfall is received in the south-west monsoon months. On an average there are 33 rainy days in a year. The heaviest rainfall in the 24 hours recorded at any station in the district was 295.9mm at Bhind on 6th September, 1910.
There is no meteorological observatory in Bhind. After February the temperature increases steadily till May , when the mean daily temperature is about 46 degree C and the mean daily minimum is about 28 degree C. In the June the mean daily temperature is higher than in may by a couple of degrees. The heat in summer is intense and the dust laden scorching winds which blow often add much to the discomfort. With onset of monsoon in district by about middle of June, there is an appreciable drop in the temperature. After October day and night temperature decrease rapidly. January is greatly the coldest month with the mean daily maximum temperature at about 23 degreeC, and the mean daily minimum at about 5 degree C. In 2003 it dropped to about 2-3 degree C. In the cold season in the rear of passing western disturbances, cold waves affect the District and the minimum temperature may drop down to about a degree below the freezing point of water.