At an altitude of 800 m above sea level, Puttaparthi essentially observes tropical climate. Just like any other part of India, the pilgrimage enjoys three seasons - summers, monsoons and winters. The summer season lingers from the month of March to June. The scorching sun makes the town extremely hot, making it difficult for tourists to roam around. Owing to its proximity with the sea, the weather usually remains humid and sultry. In late June, pre-monsoon showers bring a sense of relief to the heat-scorched people of Puttapurthy.
Monsoons officially elongates from July to October, though the town
doesn't receive much rainfall. Moreover, the irregular showers cause
excess of clamminess and mugginess. In late October, cool breeze
envelops the town, making the weather quite pleasant. The weather
conditions in the months of winters make it possible for the visitors to
travel to Puttaparthi. Winters remain from the month of November till
February. In fact, winter season offers the best time to visit this
spiritual haven of Satya Sai Baba.