The Mashhad city is located in the border region between the north and south of Khorasan province and the interference of various weather fronts has given it some specific climatic features. Most parts of Mashhad – Neyshabour plain has a cool and dry climate. A Part of the Mashhad-Quchan plain is semi-arid, and other part of the highest altitudes of the Binalud Mountains and Hezar Masjed Mountains are cold and humid. These factors give Mashhad variable climate, but in general it is temperate and to cold and dry. The important river of Mashhad is Kashaf-roud and the water of this city comes from springs, aqueducts and deep and semi-deep wells. And the winds are more in the direction of the southeast to the northwest. The maximum temperature in the summer is 35 degrees above zero and the lowest in the winter is 15 degrees below zero.
Spring: The first month of this season in Mashhad has still winter weather, and sometimes its snowing. But the weather is warm and glowing from May, and prepares ground for the flourishing of the earth.
Summer: Summers of Mashhad are hot and dry and the temperature in this season reaches to 35 degrees above zero.
Autumn: Autumn in Mashhad, especially in the last month, is very cold. The rainy and long-lasting rain and snow fall are the autumn gift for the people of this land.
Winter: Mashhad winter is cold and the lowest temperature in this city reaches 15 degrees below zero.