Temperature is a measure of the warmth or coldness of an object or substance with reference to some standard value. The temperature of two systems is the same when the systems are in thermal equilibrium. The average temperature on Earth is about 61oF (16oC). But, temperatures vary greatly around the world depending on the time of year, ocean and wind currents and weather conditions. This average temperature is necessary for sustaining life on Earth. However, human activities are continuing to affect the Earth’s energy budget by changing the emissions and resulting atmospheric concentrations of radiatively important gases and aerosols and by changing land surface properties. IPCC assessments have already shown through multiple lines of evidence that the climate is changing across our planet, largely as a result of human activities. Temperature analytics will enable the users to visualize and compare district-wise observed temperatures as well as projected values based on RCP scenarios. The analytics in the form of bar charts and trend lines facilitate the users to easily visualize the changes for enhanced user experience.