There are three noteworthy seasons – Summer (March-June), Rainy Season (July-September) and the Winter (October-February). Odisha (Orissa) lying only South of the Tropic of Cancer, has a tropical atmosphere. It is warm nearly during the time in the Western areas of Sundergarh, Sambalpur, Baragarh, Bolangir, Kalahandi and Mayurbhanj with greatest temperature floating between 40-46° C and in winter, it is unbearably cool. In the beach front areas, the atmosphere is equable yet profoundly muggy and sticky. The late spring most extreme temperature goes between 35-40° C and the low temperatures are more often than not between 12-14° C. Winter isn’t exceptionally serious aside from in a few regions in Koraput and Phulbani where least temperature may drop to 3-4° C.Atmosphere in Odisha (Orissa): Standing on the seaside belt, the climate in Odisha (Orissa) is extraordinarily affected by the ocean. The atmosphere of the area is tropical bringing about high temperature in the long periods of April and May. Despite what might be expected, the Eastern Ghats of the state encounter a to a great degree coldclimate.