Climate of Margao



Climate of Margao is prevailingly tropical in nature. The summers in Margao are quite warm and often the temperature rises up to the thirties. The south-west monsoon begins from the month of June. During the monsoons humidity rises to a great extent. The winters in Margao are quite pleasant and cool. The winter season starts from the month of December and ends in the month of February. Due to its closenesses to the sea often cool and pleasant winds blow across the city, much to the satisfaction of the local dwellers.

The best time to visit this enchanting city is during the months of October, November, December and January. There are not much fluctuations in the daily temperatures. The weather of Margao is known to be prevailingly maritime in nature as there are many water bodies in and around the city and also due to the fact that it is closely located to the Arabian Sea.



Last Updated on 20 September 2011





     


     

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