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Clima and Months Regular in Myanmar (Burma)
Burma has a rainforest with monsoons. Characterised by heavy monsoons, it has a significant amount of solar radiation, a high precipitation and a high level of air moisture, which sometimes makes it very unpleasant. Yearly averages range from 22° C ('72° F) to 27° C ('81° F) all year round.
Myanmar has three different seasons: This is the winter and arid period, from November to February, with a mean of 20 to 24°C/month. This is the warm drying period from March to April with annual mean values between 30°C and 35°C. Rainy period between May and October with mean values between 25°C and 30°C.
The yearly precipitation in the area of the river Danube is about 2,500 millimeters (Yangon 2700 mm), while the mean yearly precipitation in the dry zone is less than 1,000 millimeters (Mandalay 840 mm), whereby the coast areas receive more than 5,000 millimeters of precipitation each year. In or above the card, please choose the location you would like to visit or which is nearest to your final destinations.
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Temperatures, rainfall, when to go, what to grab
with a wet period from the middle of May to October due to the south-west month, a chilly and drier period from November to the middle of February and a warm pre-monsoon period from the middle of February to the beginning or middle of May. There are also mountains with either a gentle or chilly weather, but also a part of the Himalayas in the far northern part, which is very chilly at least in height. In the period of monsoons there are plenty along the coastline and in the mountainsides mostly plenty, while some interior lowlands and lowlands are almost drought.
1- In the far northern part of the Himalayas, a hilly area with multi-year snow over 4,500 meters (15,000 ft). On the southern slopes of the mountain, it is raining heavily as it exceeds 3,000 millimeters per year, with strong precipitation from May to October and a drought during the year.
Rainfall in the west during the rainy period is plentiful, sometimes deluge-like, while in the east it is temperate at around 1,500 mm (60 in) per year. Taunggy's mean temperature here is 1,400 meters (4,600 feet) above sealevel to the east.
Primordial (°F)727581828177737575737370 3 - A key area that encloses the main city and has a temperate tropic weather, although it is somewhat chilly in the cold weather in the cold weather in the cold weather, with strong rainfall, but not unusual in the monsun. Winters are quite cold in the northerly part, as you can see from the mean temperature of Myitkyina.
A landlocked country, protected from the tsunami, therefore almost sparse, where Mandalay is situated, which becomes very heated in the pre-monsoon period. These are the mean temperature in Mandalay. Orthopaedic and Orthopaedic Surgery (°F)84909710010099939393939091908682 5 - Along the coastline, an area with a mild year round weather (but a little chilly in December and January in the north overlooking the Bay of Bengal), with very strong rain.
This is the mean temperature of Sittwe, in the northerly part of the coastline. The Burmese temperature in November to February is relatively cold, especially at nights and in central northerly areas. During the day, the temperature is mostly hot and shiny, but sometimes cold Chinese breezes can reduce the temperature at nights to about 5°C (41°F) in the middle part of the country, 8/10°C (46/50°F) in Yangon and on the western and 12/15°C (54/59°F) on the southern part.
The main difference is in winter: the mean day temperatures in January are 16°C (61°F) in Myitkyina, 20°C (68°F) in Mandalay, 21°C (70°F) in Sittwe, on the north shore of the Bay of Bengal, 25°C (77°F) in Yangon and 26°C (79°F) on the southern shore.
Winters are therefore just warm from Yangon (formerly Rangoon), the capitol, and the near Chaungtha and Ngwesaung sands. In the premonsoon season, from mid-February to early or mid-May, the climate stays bright, but the temperatures rise slowly, and in mountain areas there may be some mood disturbance in the afternoons with the first mornings.
It is the hotter season of the year in all of Burma, especially in the interior of the country. The hot weather becomes intolerable and the natives longingly await the monsoons to arrive. Temperatures can be as high as 37/38 C (99/100 F) on the south shore, 40 C (104 F) in Yangon and even 43/45 C in Mandalay and upcountry.
April is usually the warmest months, as is the first half of May before the monsoons. The premonsoon heat is less intensive on the shores of the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman seas (both because of the thermic inertness of the ocean and because the rain of the monsoons arrives earlier), as we can see from the Mergui sun.
Orthopaedic Anglo-Saxon Max (°F)8688909090888482828282828286868686 The rainy period is less hot: the peak temperatures drop to about 28/29 degrees on the shore, 30 degrees in Yangon and 33/34 degrees in Mandalay, but the temperatures are humid and the skies are often overcast. From May 10th to 15th, the MONSUN comes first on the southern most coastline of the Andaman Sea (see Tavoy, Kampong Ulu, Mergui Islands), and is very intensive from the beginning, so that more than 400 millimeters of precipitation falls in this area in this current months.
Yangon receives the monsoons between 20 and 25 May, Mandalay (where its impact is more limited) between 25 May and 1 June and the far northern part between 1 and 10 June. This is the mean rainfall in Mandalay. The rainy seasons are almost everywhere June, July and August, and the rainfall on the two western exposure coastlines (the northern Bengal Gulf and the Andaman Sea southern coast) is abundant, in some areas even more than 1,200 mm (47 in) of rainfall per calendar year!
The Yangon is slightly less wet because it is situated in the Irrawaddy River estuaries facing southward and during this time rains about 500/600 mm (20/23. 5 in) per months, while the main area where Mandalay is situated only 100/150 mm (4/6 in) of rains per months.
This is the mean rains in Yangon. In September the amount of rain falls slightly, except in the far southernmost part, while in October the northern part of the month retreats; the northern part of the month is substituted by the dryer and slowly colder wind blowing from the northern or northeastern part. on the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea, which are subject to the Southwesters.
This is the humidest area of Burma, where the amount of rain falls to 5,000 mm in one year (or better said, in the wet period, because the rainfalls are very low during the year. Day' 000313132323252525181040121 In comparison, rainfalls in the main levels are below 900 mm per year, as in Mandalay, Myngyan, Magway and Bagan, the old capitals of many of Burma's empires.
In fact, there is plenty of rain at the base of the hills and on the hillsides, and in the wetest seasons there can be mudflows. Burma's sunny spell is regular during the drought, while it is rare in the wet seasons. This is the Yangon city' s mean solar time.
It goes somewhat better in the area of Mandalay, where, as said, the moon enters more heavily, so that even in the rain period the star is shining on the edge of the sky for a few long time. The Burmese ocean is hot all year round for bathing, as it does not fall below 25°C on the north shore (see Sittwe) in January and February.
As already stated, however, the coastline of the Bay of Bengal can sometimes be affected by cold winds in cold weather, which can reduce the ambient climate somewhat. This is the mean ocean temp in Sittwe. Ocean (°F)777781848686868684848484848484848279 On the most southern shore of the Andaman seas, the ocean is warm in the winters and does not drop below 28 °C (82 °F).
It' warm in the capitol and along the main and south coasts, while it can get chilly at nights or even in the interior. It is definitely warm in the second half of February and even more in March and April, but along the coastline you can take the breeze and, in good weathers, still bathe and suntan.
If you want to go in the wet seasons, e.g. July and August, you should choose the main plain (see Mandalay, Myngyan, Magway) because they are more protected from the monsoons, while the coastlines are definitely not recommended because they get soaked. Winters: in the northern (see Mandalay, Myitkyina) and low mountains towns (Taunggyi, Kengtung), spring/autumn wear, daylight, jackets and sweaters for the night, caps and scarves for colder nights; in the southern and in Yangon lightweight attire, a lightweight sweat shirt for the night, a shawl for the breezes, possibly a lightweight coat or pullover for colder nights.