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Alappuzha
Ernakulam
Idukki
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Mahe
Munnar
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Weather

Kerala is fortunate in that it can boast of balmy weather almost all the year through. Unlike the north, it never gets too cold in the winter mont- hs, while the summers do not have the harshness of some of the other parts of the country. The result is a destination that is accessible year round.

Best time is November-February when the air is bracing on some mornings there is a light mist, in the hills light woollens may be required in the evenings and early mornings. Warm (but not hot) months are March-May and September-October : at such times the flowers are out and though there is humidity, it is not daunting. Mid-May to August is the monsoon period, so you can expect a wet time. In addition, June can also be windy.

Temperature
Winter Max: 21°C ; Min: 18°C
Summer Max: 33°C ; Min: 27°C

Rainfall
Kerala is blessed with plentiful rain, 54% to 85% of which is contributed by the monsoons. Monsoons bring to Kerala two rainy seasons-the southwest monsoon or the Edavappathi, bringing rains during June-September, and the north east monsoon or the Thulavarsham during October to December.

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