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Mangalore Weather And Best Time To Visit Mangalore
Mangalore has a tropical monsoon climate, and a mean sea level of 22 m, with hot summers and with wet, rainy monsoons. With the sea coast on one end, grassy plains and hilly regions on the other, Mangalore’s weather and natural landscape has much to offer for a delightful experience throughout the year. But we'll tell you why the best months to visit Mangalore are from October to March, when it’s winter and peak tourist season for a holiday getaway.
Summer is hot and humid at the port city, with the average temperature rising up from 18°C to 38°C at times. Mangalore’s got a lot of sightseeing in the offing and a hot summer might be a killjoy. The hottest month is May, but if you would prefer the summer, hoist up that backpack, put on a nice wide brimmed hat, get some suntan lotion and a water bottle and march off to the beaches.
The Southwest monsoon from the Arabian Sea and the proximity of the Western Ghats could often bring heavy incessant cyclonic downpours, with traffic snarls and water logging in low lying areas. Mangalore is off-season during the rains. Temperature averages 23°C to 34°C. November is post-monsoon with intermittent showers.
The season is a very pleasant one. There is a gentle breeze from the sea and with a low humidity and temperature. the winter season in Mangalore becomes the perfect setting for a trip.The weather is predominantly cool and dry and is a good time to explore the city and indulge in adventure tourism at the beaches, of which there are plenty in Mangalore. Temperature ranges from 15°C-31°C.