Weather of Ooty








The weather of Ooty is generally pleasant throughout the year. Though each season brings in various changes in its mood but all are enough hospitable to the tourists. Ooty is among those few hill stations that can be easily visited at any time of the year.

Various seasons in Ooty brings out the different aspects of the beauty of this hill station. While the summers are charming and colorful, the winters in Ooty are thrilling. It is among the relatively cool places in South India.
Being located at quite a high altitude the climate of Ooty remains cool and temperate almost all through the year. During the summers temperature ranges from 10 degrees to 25 degrees. During the winter months temperature ranges between 5 degree and 21 degrees centigrade.

The spring season is the time when Ooty is most colorful. The surrounding hills bustles with the varied hues of different regional flowers.

The average yearly rainfall is 121 centimeters. During the rainy season the hill station blooms with lush greenery all around. During this time the trek routes are generally closed but the rainy season of Ooty offers a charm that no other season does.

Though the pleasing weather of Ooty has made it a place favorable for visiting at any time of the year, but the most suitable times to visit this hill station are the months of February and March and the time between October and November.

Ooty has grown to become an important travel destination mainly because of the refreshing quality of its weather.





     


     

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