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Kota is located at . It has an average elevation of . The city lies on the southern edge of the Malwa Plateau. Kota district covers an area of , comparatively equivalent to Canada's Cornwall Island. The Chambal River flows through Kota and meets Yamuna River near Agra, Uttar Pradesh. The climate in this region is generally dry and characterized by a hot summer, scanty rainfall, a cool season (from November to February) followed by winter (February–April). Summers are extremely hot with temperatures rising well above 40 °C in May and June; however it seldom crosses 45 °C except some years when temperature may reach 47-48 degrees Celsius due to western disturbances or local factors like dust storms etc.. Winters are pleasant though cold waves from northern plains sometimes cause daytime temperatures to dip during January & February but they rarely last for more than 2 days at a stretch. Average annual rainfall is about 70 cm which mainly falls from July to September.