Kathgodam is a town in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand state of India. It is part of the twin township of Haldwani-Kathgodam, and is immediately north of Haldwani. It is one of the important collection centres for forest products obatained from Kumaon Himalayas. Kathgodam is a town that is present in the Nainital district in the state of Uttarakhand. The town serves as the entry point to many of the tourist destinations in the state. There are many places of interest that can be seen in the town and it is famous for its numerous beautiful temples. The temples dedicated to Sheetla Devi and Kalichaud attract many pilgrims and devotees from many of the nearby regions, and this is especially true during the festival season. The town of Kathgodam experiences a mild and temperate climate for most months of the year. The conditions are cool and a cool breeze can be experienced from the surrounding mountains. The summers here are never extreme, even during the peak summer months. The winters can be extreme with temperatures approaching the freezing point frequently. The summer season is from April to June. The conditions are cool for the most part as the temperatures rarely rise beyond the 30°C mark during the summer season. The lowest temperatures that you can expect during the summer months are around 15°C. The place does not receive significant amount of rainfall and the entire region is generally considered to be dry during the monsoon season. The limited rainfall that can be seen in the region is predominantly during the months from July to September. Temperatures are cool and this is a good time to visit the place. The months of October and November are also pleasant. The winter season is from December to February. The temperatures range from a minimum of 0v and can be expected to climb to around 24°C during the winter months. The coldest month is usually January.