The climate of the region is tropical and is characterized by the annually recurring seasons of South
West monsoon, post monsoon winter and summer.
The main rainy season relates to the South West monsoon, from middle of June to September, which contributes about 92% of the average annual rainfall of 1000mm. On an average, there are 45 days in a year with rainfall of at least 2.5mm, with July being the wettest month of the year.
April and May are the hottest months of the year with a mean maximum temperature of about 40 °C. January is the coldest month with mean minimum temperature of about 13 °C.
The annual average relative humidity in the region during morning and evening is 71% and 42% respectively. During the monsoon period, the relative humidity exceeds 75%.
The predominant wind direction is South-West and occurs during March to October. From November to February, the wind direction changes and the predominant direction during this period is North-East.
: The information furnished here is for general guidance only.