As far as Tamil Nadu tourism is concerned, it has become a perennial destination. The weather in Tamil Nadu varies with the season. The tourists flock the diverse cities of this state all around the year. The climatic situations of Tamil Nadu are tropical and have comparatively consistent temperature levels. Unlike other states of India where the temperature fluctuations can be drastic as well as seasonal changes are evident, this southern state remains the same in the terms of weather and climate conditions throughout the year. Moreover, the beaches of Tamil Nadu remain busy all the time.
Winter Winter in Tamil Nadu
( October till February - 17 °C - 25 °C )
Tamil Nadu temperature in the winter season is from 17 degrees Celsius to 25 degrees Celsius so that the weather is nor too cold neither too hot. Tourists will never feel exhausted after a day of touring. People feel pleasant during the daytime as well as feel more comfortable in the evening time. It is the perfect time to visit those places which tourists can't visit in the summer season such as from UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Mamallapuram and Thanjavur to some hottest cities like Madurai, Tiruchirappalli, and Chennai, etc. During this season, visitors can explore all the major places leisurely and have a great holiday experience.
Summers Summer in Tamil Nadu
( March till June - 35 °C - 40 °C )
During this season, the mercury levels are always high and the weather conditions remain consistently hot and humid with zero moisture content. The average temperature of Tamil Nadu in the summer season is between 35 degrees Celsius and 40 degrees Celsius. Even, the breezes are supposed to be pleasant but it gives only heat winds. But in the coastal regions, the sea breeze gives some relief in the evening time while in the landlocked regions, the temperature levels gradually come down after sunset. The weather of the hill station of Tamil Nadu is good in the summer season due to their chilly temperature.
Monsoon Monsoon in Tamil Nadu
(July till September - 25 °C - 30 °C)
The temperature of Tamil Nadu lies between 25 degrees Celsius and 30 degrees Celsius in the monsoon season. Tamil Nadu receives rainfall from the north-east monsoon winds because the south-east monsoon winds are often blocked by the mighty Western Ghats. So, during this season, the climate in Tamil Nadu is pleasant with not too much rainfall. During the late afternoons and early evenings, there are mild showers and they are short-lasting. Also, it is the ideal time to explore hill stations because the hill stations are in their best forms after getting drenched in the north-east monsoon winds. The green landscapes of hilly areas appear drenched and kissed by the skies that create a stunning ambiance for the visitors.