Calangute Weather



Calangute weather remains pleasant throughout the year. Apart from minor variations, the climate of Calangute remains almost constant. The city experiences summer between April and May. During this time, Calangute weather remains warm. The temperature in the summer months ranges between 24° Celsius and 32.7° Celsius.

However, the months of December and January are mildly cold. These months require light woolen clothes. During the winter season, the temperature ranges between 21.3° Celsius and 32.2° Celsius. The beach experiences a heavy downpour during the monsoon season. The average rainfall recorded in this area is about 320 centimeters in the month from June to October. Therefore, tourists willing to come to Calangute beach at Goa are advised to avoid this season. The best time to visit Calangute beach is between the months of November and February.



Last Updated on 07 August 2012




     


     

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