Under the Coronas Classification, the municipality is characterized under Type 1 climate with two pronounced seasons - dry months from November to April and wet season for the rest of the year. During the months of January to March, which is the peak of the dry season, the soil becomes too dry that most of the crops wilt. Camiling receives its continuous rainfall during the southwest monsoon period from November to May along with the dry season.
Similar to its surrounding municipalities in the Province of Tarlac, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomic Services Administration (PAGASA) recorded an annual mean temperature of 22.69 Degree Celcius in Camiling. Moreover, July, August and September are identified months with heavy rainfall with depths of 468.2 mm, 299 mm, and 359.3 mm respectively. THe dry air conditions experienced thoughout the year is attributed to the relative humidity with average of about 27.58 percent.