Kumily Panchayat Climate

Kumily, like most of Idukki district, is known to have an equable climate throughout the year. Idukki has a distinctive landscape with midland areas towards the west and highland areas towards the east. On account of this difference, if you are travelling from west to east in Idukki, you will be able to experience a palpable change in climate. Statistically, a mean minimum temperature of 16 degree Celsius and a mean maximum temperature of 31 degree Celsius is what our visitors can expect here. During the Summer, one tends to see the temperature stay below 8 degree Celsius and during the Winter, it oscillates between 5 to 13 degree Celsius. The rain pattern tends to be at an average of 250 - 400 cm annually, though occasionally it has gone up to 700 cm. It receives rain from the South-West Monsoon (Edavappathy) from June to September and the North-East Monsoon (Thulavarsham) from October to December. The spice gardens and mist-clad hills of Kumily welcome you throughout the year with a pleasant and affable climate.

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