The city of Delhi sees a version of a humid subtropical climate. The summers can be extremely hot followed by periods of torrential rains brought on by the monsoon season. In addition, early March sees a hot wind which brings sand to the city and is called a loo. January is also known for its heavy fog. The annual mean temperature is 25 degrees Celsius. Monthly temperatures will range from 13 to 32 degrees. The city sees an average rainfall of 714 millimeters most of which falls with the monsoon in July and August.