Location of Karnataka
Climate in Karnataka is equable and it is the major attraction of Bangalore the capital of Karnataka.
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The climate here is so pleasant that the term air-conditioned city has been coined for this city.
Karnataka has three main climate types
Tropical Monsoon Type in the coastal regions and other nearby locations to the coast.
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Here hot weather with heavy rainfall is experienced during the monsoons from June-September
Hot Dry Tropical Savanna Type Climate in the southern part of the state.
Hot Semi-Arid Tropical Steppe Type in the northern part of Karnataka
There are variations in the climate according to different seasons.
The seasons which are experienced in Karnataka
Karnataka Climate - Winter: January-February , weather is generally pleasant during this time.Winter rain occurs in Bangalore and also in south eastern part during October-November.
During winter temperatures range from 32 degrees Celsius to below 20 degrees Celsius . There is reduced humidity percentage in winter.
Locations and Climate of Karnataka - Summer: March-May.April and May are the hot months , also very less humidity is there in the atmosphere . Weather becomes very uncomfortable in June when humidity level also increases. Average temperature is 34 degrees Celsius and 75% humidity is there .
Monsoon : July ,August and September are the monsoon months when day temperature decreases but humidity percentage is quite high this time .
Locations and Climate of Karnataka - The average rainfall in the coastal region is 762 cm
, while in the Ghats it is 254cm.
Average day temperature
is 29 degrees Celsius and 87% humidity prevails during
this season Karnataka's Climate in
general is very pleasant with cool breeze always blowing
Best time to visit here is from October-March.
The winter season from January to February is followed by summer season from March to May. The period from October to December forms the post-monsoon season. The period from October to March, covering the post-monsoon and winter seasons, is generally pleasant over the entire State except during a few spells of rain associated with north-east monsoon which affects the south-eastern parts of the State during October to December.
The months April and May are hot, very dry and generally uncomfortable. Weather tends to be oppressive during June due to high humidity and temperature. The next three months (July, August and September) are somewhat comfortable due to reduced day temperature although the humidities continue to be very high.Plan your tours with South India Tour Travel .