Khalilabad is a city and a municipal board in Sant Kabir Nagar district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is the district headquarters of Sant Kabir Nagar district.ClimateThe climate of the district is more equable than the adjoining districts to the south.The year may be divided into four seasons. The winter season, from mid-November to February, is followed by the summer season lasting till about the middle of June. The period from mid-June to the end of September constitutes the south-west monsoon season. October to mid-November is the post-monsoon or transition period.Rainfall: The average annual rainfall in the district is 1166 mm.Temperature: During the winter seasons the mean minimum temperature is about 9 degrees Celsius and mean maximum is 23 degrees Celsius, while during the summer seasons the minimum is about 25 degrees Celsius and mean maximum is about 44 degrees Celsius.Humidity: In the south-west monsoon and the post-monsoon seasons the relative humidity is high, above 70 percent. Thereafter the humidity decreases and in the summer the air is very dry.Cloudiness: During the monsoon season, and for brief spells of a day or two in association with passing disturbances in winter, heavily clouded or overcast skies prevail. In the rest of the year the skies are mostly clear or lightly clouded.Winds: Winds are in general very light with a slight increase in force in the late summer and monsoon seasons. The average annual wind blow in the district ranges from 2 to 7.1 km/hrs.River system and water resourcesThe Ami, the chief tributary of the Rapti, is a stream which commences at a short distance from Rapti in Rasulpur and issues from a large tract of paddy land.