Myanmar Weather July 2016Weather in Myanmar July 2016
What is the weather like in July/August? - Cairo Message Board
What is the weather like in July/August? It' the monsoon or wet seasons in Burma from around the end of June to around mid-October. So, July - August is falling into the center. In July/August the rainfall is really intense, as if it were falling, it is deluge-like; just like being in front of a cascade.
Jul-August is one of the best times to travel to Bagan, the antique Burmese capitol with its hundred shrines and caves.
Storms can turn into cyclones - Myanmar's coastline weather forecast to be harsh with strong rains and floods
The Great tropical devastation in the north Bay of Bengal is heading towards the Myanmar coastline, causing the Department of Meteorology and Hydrology to issue a weather alert for the Ayeyawady Delta and the south part of the Rakhine coastline. Wind speeds of up to 45 mph can be achieved in both areas with wind speeds of up to 30 to 35 mph for the Yangon region, the weather office said.
Until Sunday, the crisis will continue northeasternly in the direction of Myanmar, before it curves north-west towards Bangladesh, according to the weather office. Thunder storms and occasional downpours are likely to hit Nay Pyi Taw, Sagaing Region, Mandalay Region, Magway Region, Bago Region, Yangon Region, Ayeyawady Region, Taninthayi Region, Chin State, Rakhine State, Kayin State and Mon State from October 24-27, the weather office said.
In Myanmar, the Weather Service has also forecast the potential for torrential floods and mudslides as the Ayeyawady Delta is approaching the tropics before it curves towards Bangladesh. These depressions can lead to large swells with high gusts along the coast and in the coastal waters of Myanmar. The Weather Office said that the wind could travel 45 to 50 mph.
Deprivation collects power from the Indian Ocean's hot water. The sea surfaces are between 29 and 30 degrees Celsius, hot enough for the further evolution of this system, the weather authority warns. At least 119 kilometers per hour of wind are necessary to turn this sink into a cyclone. t....
And even if these levels of speed are not achieved, it remains a hazardous system, as floods often pose a greater risk to human lives than windlasses alone. More than 250 mm of rains are possible, as this system produces moist winches from the Bay of Bengal. First is between April and June, when the humidity rises, but the higher atmosphere of the upcoming southwest moon is still relatively mild.
Myanmar's Weather Department also predicts that the severe depressed situation could worsen into a cyclone blizzard over the next 12 hrs, returning near the Myanmar coast of the river basin and continuing north-northwest stations. Thirty p.m. yesterdays, the low above the eastcentral Bay of Bengal will remain partly steady and centred at about 85 northeast of Coco Island, 85 mile southwest of Hainggyi Island, 125 mile southwest of Pathein and 155 mile southwest of Gwa and 205 mile southwest of Yangon.
Probably the largest tidal wave is in the Labutta area in the Ayeyawady region, Thandwe area in southern Rakhine State. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Social Affairs, Emergency Relief and Resettlement is on alarm to react quickly to catastrophes caused by the severe depressurization.