Ooty, the Queen of the Nilgiris, is a heaven for nature lovers in summer. Ooty weather is very different from the other places in South India, which have mostly tropical climates throughout the year.
The Ooty temperature is on the lower side of the mercury, whereas in South India, summers are too hot, the monsoons are very hot and humid, and the winters are warm, humid, and wet.
The normal daytime temperature during the summer is 25 degrees Celsius. The temperature at night goes down to 18 degrees Celsius, or sometimes even less. People who don’t have an idea might think they’ll enjoy the Ooty’s snowfall but there is no snowfall in Ooty.
Best Time to Visit Ooty
Do you know the beauty of Ooty is at its height during the rainy season? Ooty in the monsoon is extremely wonderful and charming. Mountains swiveling with coffee and tea farms, clouds trembling over them, and leafy greenery. This is the view Mother Nature decorates when it rains in Ooty. Many people avoid visiting Ooty during the monsoon, but they don’t know what they are missing out on.
The nicest time to explore this amazing hill station is from October to June. An average of 25°C temperature remains during this time, with pleasant weather for tourists and visitors to enjoy. Since summer is when Ooty has a lot of celebrations like the Summer festival and the Mariamman temple festival. The tourists come in large numbers so it’s better to book your hotels beforehand at a minimum price because the price is hiked during the last hours.
Ooty is an anytime-visit destination, but the favorable time to visit is between April and June, or September and November. Still, here’s a monthly look at Ooty’s climatic conditions so that you can plan your Ooty tour plan accordingly:
WINTER (November–January) SEASON
Which is the coldest month in Ooty? As in the rest of India, Ooty is taken in its embrace in November. Temperatures will range between 5 and 23 degrees Celsius. Being a hill station, Ooty undergoes extreme cold. Still, it never snows here. The season also plays a main role in creating a passionate atmosphere.
To fulfill your quest for exploring and trekking in Ooty, the months of summer are a suitable choice. During these months, Ooty’s temperature goes between 12 °C and 30 °C.
The monsoon period (June–September)
The clouds pour moderately to incessantly between June and September. The weather is a deterrent to exploring the town. Despite the heavy rain, eager tourists continue their sightseeing plans.
When is the Rainy season in Ooty?
In Ooty, the rainy season is between June and September. In June, it rains a little less, but as the monsoon gets more intense, the rainfall increases. The temperature decreases. Visiting the major sightseeing places may become difficult, but if you want to visit a place free from dust and smog, then the rainy season is a favorable time to visit Ooty.
Ooty’s average annual temperature is 16.5 °C (61.7 °F). About 1514 mm (59.6 inches) of rain falls annually.