Thanjavur Weather



Thanjavur weather is characterized by moderate summers and mild winters. The ancient city of Tamil Nadu experiences a tropical climate. Located in the eastern coast of the state of Tamil Nadu in South India, Thanjavur does not experience much difference in the summer and winter temperature of the region.

The summer season of Thanjavur begins from the month of March and lasts till the middle of June. Temperature during the summer season goes up to 40º C. The months of April and May are very hot in Thanjavur.

June, July and August are characterized by heavy rain. The ancient city Thanjavur receives average rainfall of about 111.37 cm during the rainy season. Winter season starts from the middle of October or beginning of November and ends in February. The winter season is characterized by pleasant weather. The temperature during the season goes down to 20º C.

Winter rainfall is a common feature of the ancient city of Thanjavur. The northeast monsoonal winds results in intermittent rainfall in the city of Tamil Nadu. The cool breeze, low temperature and over cast skies make winter season the best time to visit Thanjavur.

The weather conditions of the architecturally rich city of Tamil Nadu speak volumes about Thanjavur.



Last Updated on 06 December 2011











     


     

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