Weather Kovalam



Being situated near the sea, weather Kovalam is very much influenced by the land and sea breezes. While the days are warmer the nights are generally cool.

The pleasing weather of Kovalam attracts many visitors all through the year. Kovalam is blessed with bright sunny weather on most of the days. So the weather in Kovalam is also very suitable for those who want to enjoy sunbathing on the beach.

Kovalam Climate

The Kovalam climate is pleasant all through the year due to its vicinity to the sea. Still the best time to visit Kovalam is during the time between the months of September and March. During the winter months, specially in the Christmas week the temperature goes slightly down.

The climate of Kovalam is tropical in nature. During summers the days are quite warm.. But the soothing breeze from the keeps up the mood and charm of the place.

The summer temperature in Kovalam varies between twenty degrees centigrade and thirty degree centigrade. Where as during the winter season the minimum temperature is around eighteen degrees Celsius and the upper limits remains approximately thirty five degrees Celsius.

The climate in Kovalam is much affected by the monsoon winds. The place receives heavy rainfall during the two monsoon months.



Last Updated on 9/15/2011







     


     

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