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Isolated from much of India by the Western Ghats, the climate of Kerala is tropical and as a result of the mountain ranges the area isn’t as dry as much of India. The temperatures seldom go much above the lows 90s in the summer, but almost never below 70 in the winter. Thus it is a region of very reasonable weather.
The summertime comes a bit early and the experienced traveler knows that the best time to visit is from April through June. While there can be the occasional light showers these are just a prelude of the wet weather to come. The weather is generally hot and humid during this early summer.
The monsoon season arrives in late June and thus can wash out July and August. Depending on the part of Kerala there can be vast amounts or rain, or for some of the outlying islands almost none at all. But when hit by the monsoons there can be truly vast amounts of rain, and these storms can be quite intense.
September is much more humid as a result of the rainy season, and the fall can be dry but with the humidity this makes it feel quite the warm.The temperatures cool down and the humidity lets up as winter comes in around December, with this season lasting until February when the dry spring returns. Winter can be a pleasant time to visit, especially if you’re looking to head off the beach and explore this Indian land of mystery.