The climate of Rewa is classified as a subtropical climate, with three distinct seasons: summer, monsoon, and winter. The summer season lasts from March to June, with temperatures ranging from 30-45°C. This is followed by the monsoon season, which lasts from July to September, bringing heavy rainfall to the region. The winter season lasts from October to February, with temperatures ranging from 5-25°C.
The average annual rainfall in Rewa is around 890 mm, with the majority of the rainfall occurring during the monsoon season. The climate of Rewa is also influenced by its location, which is close to the Vindhya mountain range. The hills and forests in the area help to regulate the climate and maintain ecological balance. The region is also known for its rich biodiversity and wildlife, with several species of animals and birds found in the area.