Alappuzha Climate



Alappuzha Climate can be defined as temperate and humid. The average monthly temperature of the region is 250° C.

The climate of Alappuzha is more pleasant during the winter season. The temperature in winters ranges between 20° C to 32° C. The winter season spans between the months from December to February. The months ranging from August to September and February to March are best time to visit the city.

The summer season varies between March to May. During this period the temperature varies between 22° to 35° Celsius. The percentage of humidity is very high during this period.

Alappuzha city experiences a long monsoon with heavy monsoon showers as both the South-west monsoon and North-east monsoon influences the weather of Alleppey. The South-west monsoon affects the climate in between the months from June to September. On the other hand the North-east monsoon rings rain from October to November. The average rainfall received by the region is 2763 mm.

8 rain gauge stations were recorded in 1989 in the Alappuzha district which measure the level of rauinfall. The rain gauge stations are located at Mavelikkara, Arookutty, Cherthala, Chengannur, Harippad, Kayamkulam, Alappuzha and Ambalapuzha,.







     


     

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