Tirupati essentially observes tropical type of climate throughout the year. Like most of the parts of India, the pilgrimage enjoys three seasons - summers, monsoons and winters. The summer season prevails from March to June, where the temperature goes as high as 45°C. The scorching sun doesn't let the pilgrims' spirits down and people visit the shrine of Lord Venkateshwara with enthusiasm. Monsoons officially arrive in the month of July, yet the region doesn't receive much rainfall. At irregular intervals, rain comes to drench the city and making it all the more sultry and humid.
Till the month of October, monsoon showers offer a little relief to the
city dwellers. Rains, along with cool breeze in late October, make the
weather quite pleasant. From November to February, winters elongates
making the weather conditions somewhat favorable. The south monsoon
winds bring waters and rain showers result into cool weather. With
temperature reaching minimum of 10°C at Tirumala, woolens are not
required. As per the weather information, in the evenings, the climate
of Tirupathi becomes really nice and you can easily enjoy the landscape
and scenery of the holy city.