Andhra Pradesh is popular in the Rice Bowl of India and belongs to the tourist area of southern India, and its fourth largest state in the country. And they are architectural marvels in the form of temples and mosques. In Andhra Pradesh, the climate is temperate in the plateau regions. From March to June, the summer temperature rose to 42C maximum effect. In most of the state, the maximum temperature range of 23C to 28C, 10C and 12C minimum. The coastal plains find scorching hot and humid summer, the increase in temperature to 42C. In the highlands, people usually experience temperature climate.
The pre-monsoon showers in mid-June and relief, however, makes quite humid climate. Formally there monsoon from July to September, but heavy rain is often observed in the months of October through December. The southwest monsoon winds are responsible for states of maximum precipitation. In the coastal region, especially full rains in the north and west, receives less rainfall. During the months of October-November, the northeast monsoon winds bring heavy rains in the coastal region. From October to February, winter persist in the state, and have relatively pleasant climate.
The mild winters the temperature never dropped below 16 C. And indeed, the winter season offers the best time to visit Andhra Pradesh. It lays between latitudes 22 N 12.41to and the lengths of 77 to 84.40E, of state territory is covered by the watersheds of these rivers and their tributaries. Besides these, Andhra Pradesh has about 17 other rivers and streams. Important topographic variations can be seen in the state because of thick forests in the north-east, the beaches that dot the coast, rice lands plane on the coastal plains and the arid zone of gravel near Hyderabad. The winter season is held from October to February, which makes the climate very pleasant and enjoyable.
The state enjoys mild winters where the temperature falls below 16 º C. The mild winters provide the best time to visit the wonderful state of Andhra Pradesh. Andhra Pradesh, summer lasts from March until June. Tropical rains between July to September, the southwest monsoon in the region very pleasant during the monsoon months. Winter in Andhra Pradesh is from October to February, in Andhra Pradesh, the maximum temperature of 23-40 degrees Celsius and minimum temperature of 20-13 degrees. Summers are hot and humid. The topography of Andhra Pradesh is extensive and diverse. The landscape includes hills Krishna and Godavari.