June 28, 2017

Climate of Thailand

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Thailand is one of the most developed countries in Southeast Asia, where modern skyscrapers and neon lights advertising is not overshadowed the rich national culture, as "land of the free" - so called Thailand the locals, this is a country of the Buddhist way of thinking, where the revered monarch, the edge of smiles , excellent cuisine and amazingly beautiful women.

Thailand is divided into two climatic zones - tropical in the northern and tropical monsoon in the south and southeast of the country. Weather between the two zones may have significant differences depending on the time of year.

From late April to early May to mid-November in Thailand blowing the summer monsoon, and from mid-November to February - winter trade wind. The northern mountains fence off the country from the winter trade wind, so a winter cold snap there are few.

In Thailand are three weather seasons - winter (warm and dry), summer (hot and humid) and autumn (hot and dry). These seasons stand out quite clearly in the mainland and have a smooth border on the southern part, so the weather in the south is usually divided into two seasons. In the eastern part of Thailand is the area of ‚Äč‚Äčtheir individual climate where the rains drop off rarely and strongly poured in September. In general, rainfall season lasts an average of 6-8 months across the country.

In winter, from November to February, Thailand is warm, sometimes hot and dry weather. In the north, the average temperature is near 26 degrees, in the south - about 30. At night, the temperature drops below 20 degrees, with the exception of mountain areas - where the air is cooled to 10-15 degrees, and some nights the case that the temperature drops to zero. Rains at this time a rarity, if happen more often in the southern part of the country. The water in the sea when it warmed up to 26-27 degrees.

In March, in Thailand, in the northern parts of the summer begins and lasts until May. It is necessary to heat about 34 degrees during the day, at night the temperature drops to 25. In April, increased precipitation, and in May begins the rainy season - daily strong, but short rain showers. The air temperature drops significantly - up to 30-32 degrees. Most rain falls in September and October. In late October, precipitation ceases.

In the southern part of the country, the rainy season lasts longer, from March to January. The amount of rainfall in a month is strongly dependent on the area - in Samui is just rains in November and December, Phuket - in September and October.

About the Author: Marry Lerer is a traveler. She is interested in geography.

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