Burma Weather in JulyWeather in July
Burma Weather in July - Temperatures, Climates
Precipitation begins to reach its high point during the course of the months, with strong rainfalls anticipated in large parts of the countryside as the southwest moon warms up. The temperature remains high throughout the whole land (average 27 - 30°C), but precipitation is also high. Severe rainfalls complicate traffic through the countryside - perhaps even impossibly in some cases.
Much of the land is still on the hotter and drier plateaux in Mandalay, with still low to medium 30°C and relatively low precipitation. July 19 - recalls the murder of General Aung San (Aung San Suu Kyi's sire and Myanmar's proletarian hero). While it is difficult to prevent Myanmar from raining in July, the weather in Southeast Asia is drier and sunny further southwards.
If you move a little bit away from the Big 4 Way standards, you can dive a little further into this varied land and it will pay you ten times as much back.
Burma Weather in June - Temperatures, Climates
This is certainly a period of changes, as the southwest season gives way to the southwest season, which brings colder and more rain. June is in fact often a very enjoyable holiday season in Myanmar, as the weather can stay relatively arid and the high temperature of recent weeks is muted.
Showering is usually relatively short-lived and will increase until July. In June, the hot and dryest area of the countryside, with still low to medium temperature of 30°C, remains the main plain just to the South of Mandalay. In most parts of Myanmar, it is not surprising this season, but one would be unfortunate to see much, although the odds are higher at the end of the mon.
The majority of bathing areas will be shut down by mid-June as they are preparing for the less favorable weather patterns in the next few heats. If you move a little bit away from the Big 4 Way standards, you can dive a little further into this varied land and it will pay you ten times as much back.
The Myanmar Explorer route concentrates on some of the less frequented places in the state.