Myanmar Rain

Burma Rain

Hundreds of people across Asia have died in monsoon rains as rescue workers invaded remote areas of Burma, India and Pakistan after torrential floods and landslides. " Rain is certainly expected in lower Myanmar, delta and coastal areas. Rainfall average in Rangoon, Yangon, Myanmar. Severe floods and landslides have occurred in the northern regions of Myanmar as a result of the rainfall that began in July. The Naga hills along the Myanmar-Indian border and into the northern hills of Myanmar.

Strong rain planned by the end of August

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The deputy manager U Kyaw Lwin Oo said that this year's tsunami had been severe in large parts of Asia at the beginning of August and this is likely to persist. He said on August 6 that this would be a particularly intense rain this weekend in the coast. In the first weeks of August, a number of precipitation record levels were set as from July onwards the rains persisted and were common in many areas of lower Myanmar.

Rakhine state waterfall reached a new day high of 326 millimeters, while Nga Thaing Chaung in the Ayeyarwady region reached a 181 mm on August 3. The d├ępartement statistics show that in July there was significantly higher rainfalls in maritime areas than the 30-year mean from 1961 to 1991. "Yangon got 38 pc more than its median of 20.16 inches[51.2cm], while Ayeyarwady region 21 pc had more than the median of 22.68 inch.

Tanintharyi recieved 59pc more rainfall than its median of 33.94 inches," said U Kyaw Lwin Oo. He did, however, describe the strong rain as "not strange" for the season of the monsoons, which lasts from July 1 to August 31.

February Rain in Myanmar - Myanmar Forum

Can someone please tell me if it's going to rain in February? I' m going to Yangon, Bagon, Mandalay, Kalaw, Inle and Ngwe Saung. Highly doubtful of any rain in Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay as it is the driest period of the year, but possible welcome slight downpours in the high in Shan State at any given moment of the year.

There is no chance of rain in February, which I can safely say that early dawn and early afternoon freeze, warm in the sun. No rain, maybe the mango rain comes in early in the month ofpril. Role-from-under 20C, I estimate 15 last nights in Yangon.

O.R.'s go Kalaw and Inle, as low as five degrees in the dark. OK, I'm in the process of packin' for my four week in Myanmar in February and expected to pick up only my easiest Queensland sommer stuff, now I see that the temporary workers are in Yangon at 15- to 5-c at the Inle Sea at night.........are you kiddin'?

I have a big horticultural farm near Heho and a mate of mine is posting regular updates on my social network on my site that the temperature is below 5 degree centigrade at nights - foreigners (Italian)..... At Yangon, early in the mornings at 6am, when I go to my breakfasts, I make sure I'm wearing something long-sleeved at this hour of the year, certainly not at 22┬░C.....

While I was still working in Ngapali, we welcomed all the ill people who came by plane from an inlet sea who also thought that their "lightest sun clothes" would do the work up in the Shan Mountains..... Last time I was at Madama, we had warmers in our bed at nights!

There were no trouble at the crack of dawn in Yangon last weekend - really hot for us Europeans.

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