Goa enjoys a tropical monsoon climate, being situated on the coast of the Arabian Sea. The summer season is very hot and humid. It starts in March and lasts till the end of May. The month of May is the hottest month in Goa, with the temperature soaring to 35 degrees Celsius. The month of June heralds the first rains of the monsoon season and is a welcome relief from the heat. The rains last till October and this is the time when the fertility festival of Sao Joao is held in the city. A mild winter sets in from November and lasts till February. The temperature lowers to 21 degrees Celsius and Goa sees an influx of visitors.
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