|Wednesday 18 Oct||23 ℃ 73 ℉||32 ℃89 ℉|
|Thursday 19 Oct||23 ℃ 73 ℉||33 ℃91 ℉|
|Friday 20 Oct||23 ℃ 73 ℉||32 ℃90 ℉|
|Saturday 21 Oct||23 ℃ 74 ℉||32 ℃90 ℉|
|Sunday 22 Oct||22 ℃ 71 ℉||32 ℃89 ℉|
Extreme rains and intense heat characterize the monsoons and summers of Nilambur. Both these seasons are not fit for visiting plantations and waterfalls. Winter is the recommended time to pay a visit to Nilambur. Another great time is soon after the monsoons when the landscape is blessed with newly sprouted greenery.
The summers in Nilambur are intense and are characterized by hot climate. Summer heat hits Nilambur from the month of March. The town goes through heavy summer till the end of May. The temperatures during this period range from 22°C to 35°C. Summer is not a recommended season to visit this town of teaks.
The proximity of the Western Ghats influence the monsoons in Nilambur to a great extend. The town received extensive rainfall during monsoons. Rains start in the month of June and are extended till September. North East Monsoon causes rainfall even during October and November. Heavy rains can act as a hindrance to sightseeing and hence monsoons are not the ideal time to pay a visit.
Winter is the most pleasant and welcoming climatic condition in Nilambur. The climate during winter is mild and chill. Temperatures go as high as 32°C during the day and nights experience sudden temperature drops as low as 16°C. Winter commencs from December and prolongers till February. Those who visit this place during winter should equip themselves with adequate winter clothing.