Almora enjoys moderate rains during monsoons, which last from August to October. The rains make the town even more beautiful. The picture-perfect hills of the area come to life, as the town is surrounded by vast stretches of rejuvenating greenery. Tourists can also get a glimpse of the life and culture of the residents, through festivals such as the Nanda Devi festival and Dussehra, both of which attract a lot of visitors annually. During the summer (April to June), residents of Almora get a break from the bone-chilling winters and enjoy the moderately hot climate. The temperature generally ranges from 12 °C to 28 °C. The town is engulfed with a cool breeze. Tourists generally visit Almora during this time to escape the scorching heat in many parts of India to enjoy and cool off during the months of May and June.
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