The weather of Andhra Pradesh is suitable for traveling. It may be a little hot and humid during the day but the temperature is not unbearable.
The topography of Andhra Pradesh is extensive and quite diverse. The landscape includes hills, two rivers, Godavari and Krishna as well as other rivers like Tungabhadra and Pennar.
The three main regions of Andhra Pradesh are Kosta, Telangana and Rayalaseema. The coastal region receives more rainfall than the other regions. Apart from those areas lying close to the coast, other regions often suffer droughts.
Andhra Pradesh is bordered by Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Tamil Nadu, Orissa, Karnataka and the Bay of Bengal. The Weather in Andhra Pradesh is primarily hot and humid.
Summer in Andhra Pradesh lasts between March and June. Tropical rains last between July and September. The south west monsoons make the region extremely pleasant during the monsoon months. Winter in Andhra Pradesh is from October to February.
The maximum temperature ranges between 23 and 40 degrees Celsius while the minimum temperature ranges between 20 and 13 degrees Celsius. The summers are quite hot and humid.