Weather of Mysuru (Mysore)



The Weather of Mysore is pleasant throughout the year. As Mysore city is located in the tropics, it enjoys a moderate climate. The ideal time to visit the city is between the months of October to March.

During the summer season, Mysore experiences a moderately hot climate. The summer season is from the month of April to June. The temperature at this time varies between 20-35°C. May and June are the hottest months and during this period the highest temperature recorded ranges between 23-35°C. Summer is the driest season of the year.

The monsoon season is quite short ranging between June to August. The relative humidity levels during the monsoon season are very high than the rest of the year. The average annual rainfall in Mysore city is 667.2 mm. at any time of the year one can come to enjoy the royal beauty of Mysore city but it is advisable to avoid the rainy season. The southern monsoon winds influences the weather of the city of Mysore.

The winter season in Mysore spans for a very short period. It is one of the best time to visit the city as it enjoys a wonderful climate and is the blooming season for many beautiful varieties of flower, thus decorating the city with various colors. The temperature during the winter season in Mysore usually varies in the range of 12° C to 30° C. The winters in Mysore are a bit chilly as there are discontinuous spells of rain.



Last Updated on 9/14/2011







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