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Different part of country experiences different type of climate. Bhutan has four distinct seasons. Climate also changes with change in season. Spring is arguably the most beautiful time of the year in the kingdom. The end of the monsoon season (closing months of summer) is also a popular time to visit. The days are filled with glorious cobalt skies and warm weather.The autumn months of September to November brings shorter days and cooler evenings. The days remain lovely with crisp clear skies. Views over the high Himalayas are usually only possible from September to March. Come the end of November and the weather takes on its winter coat. The days remain crisp and the night turns cold. The southern regions, being much lower, have a more temperate climate and considerably warmer winters. Clear skies in the winter months bring them cold weather but it’s also the best time of the year to view the snow-capped peaks of the high Himalayan Mountains.
Extreme north of the country remains cold throughout the year with heavy snow fall in the winter. Southern Bhutan experience warm weather in the winter and summer will be little hot with temperature ranging from 25 degree to 35 degree. Weather in the capital, Thimphu will be adorable in summer with bright sunshine. It sometimes experiences rainfall but not that heavy. Thimphu sometimes gets snow fall in the winter which people enjoys a lot. Government offices and schools remains closed on the first day of snowfall . Thimphu will be little cold in winter.
Bhutan experiences total annual rainfall of above 2000mm to as low as 1000mm. Permanent snow line is found above 4800m, 15840ft. The mean monthly temperature varies and the maximum temperature goes up to 35 degree Celsius and the minimum temperature goes as low as -1.4 degree Celsius
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