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Extremely warm climate influences everyday living in Myanmar
Myanmar's summers last from March to May, and April is the warmest months. This year, a scarce phenomenon for several centuries, is suffering an excess of heatstroke. Daytime highs in the months of April to May reached a all-time high in over four decade-long periods in the region, including Minbu, Magway, Mandalay, Monywa, Chauk, Mingyan and Yangon, and peaked 5 to 6 degrees above the April mean temperature last time.
Because of the heavy effects of the bad climate, Myanmar's government prevented merchants in the county from selling locally to meet local demands due to lower output, the trade union said. During the current south-western Ayeyawaddy summers, tens of thousand of fish farmed in lakes were killed by overheat. The temperature is rising every year.
Not only did the unusually warm climate cause the greatest damage to aquaculture farmers, but it also failed to meet internal demands and the destination for exports. It is the most serious phenomenon in the last two centuries, said the fishermen, worried that such cases would last as long as there is no rain.
In many of the countryside's towns, where the inhabitants suffer from a lack of fresh air, the excessive temperature also caused the potable pond to wither. Alternatively, the village inhabitants make their effort by excavating a few tubular wells near the arid pools to get it.