Climate of Wayanad

The Northern hills of Wayanad are known for the high velocity winds it receives during the South-West Monsoon (which usually falls during June -September) and dry winds which are common during March-April. One among the wettest locations in the entire country, it generally has a rather cool climate throughout the year. A mean average of 2322 mm rainfall has been recorded, although areas like Vythiri are known to average anything 3000 and 4000 mm of rainfall annually. The temperature usually stays between 18 to 29 degree Celsius, though the rate of humidity is usually high, especially in September. Locals classify December-February as the coldest months while March-May areconsidered to be the perennially hot months.




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