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Kerala Weather Overview

Kerala’s extremely close proximity to the equator means the climate is characteristically pleasingly tropical.
Because of the regions closeness to the ocean and the existence of the fort like Western Ghats on the east; Kerala is presented with an enjoyable and composed climate throughout the year. The desiccated winds coming inland from the north generally create a parched setting throughout Kerala, but because of the Western Ghats. Kerala’s weather, due to the coast line see more sunshine and is less humid than internal areas.
The Winter season in Kerala begins with the end of the northeast monsoons which lasts from the end of November until the middle of February. During the winter months temperatures are still high and have very little variance with the summer months. In the Highlands however where the climate is cool throughout the year, winter temperatures often fall below 10 ºC.
Summers in Kerala start towards the end of February where temperature starts climbing, marking the general beginning of summer. Relatively higher temperatures, low rainfall and slightly humid weather are the characteristics of the summer months. When compared to other Indian states where temperatures soar over 40ºC.
The southwest Monsoon is the major rainy season of Kerala. This season begins by the end of May or early June with the onset of the southwest monsoon winds, resulting in periods of torrential rain for the next three months on average.

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