Devikulam - Monsoon season brings substantial rainfall to...

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The town of Devikulam is located around 1800 meters above the sea level and the climatic conditions are pleasant throughout the year. Summer season is the best time to visit and the climate is excellent during this time. Summer, monsoon and winter are the main seasons that the town experiences. Monsoon season brings substantial rainfall to the area. Summer season starts from March and ends in May. Due to the high altitude the climatic conditions are pleasant and cool, during this period. Temperatures range from a minimum of 8°C and maximum of 16°C during the summer months. Temperatures can drop rapidly during the night.
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Unformatted text preview: Monsoon season brings substantial rainfall to the area. The South West Monsoon brings the most amount of rainfall. June to September is usually the monsoon season. Temperatures are much cooler and travelling to the place in this period is also possible. Winter season is from December to February. January is the usually the coldest month of the year and temperatures range from a minimum of 0C and a maximum of 10C. Visiting during this time is possible and travelers are advised to bring the appropriate protective winter clothing. http://www.mustseeindia.com/Devikulam-weather...
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course ENB 100 taught by Professor Ed during the Three '11 term at Queensland Tech.

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