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Use the slider under the weather map to navigate the animations. Choose from the other forecasting charts (right) to see large-screen animated images of temperatures, clouds, wind and rainfall for this area. The latest weather, temperatures and winds from current weather station can also be viewed under "Live Weather".
Lists all weather animations. Use the slider under the weather map to navigate the animations. Choose from the other forecasting charts (right) to see large-screen, full-screen with animations of temperatures, clouds, wind and rainfall for this area. The latest weather, temperatures and winds from current weather station can also be viewed under "Live Weather".
Statistical weather charts of Myanmar with winds, rainfall, temperature and clouds.
Bagan Weather Report | Local
Bagan 7-day weather forecast: The Bagan prognosis assumes that the daily highest mean temperatures over the next 7 nights will be around 35°C, with a weekly high of 36°C on Monday afternoons. Mean min. temp. will be 27°C and will drop to its low point at 26°C on the mornings of Friday 6.
Next weeks weather will be varied with some sunny and some with a few rainy nights.
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Ambassador Tateshi HIGUCHI and Counselor Hideaki MATSUO, Embassy of Japan, Chief Representative Keiichiro NAKAZAWA, Senior Representative Kotaro NISHIGATA, and Noriko SAKURAI, Project Formulation Advisor of JICA Myanmar Offic, Consortium of Mitsubishi Corporation and Taisei Corporation, and the Advisor, International Meteorological Consultant Inc. from Japan took part in the ceremonies.
This is the second of a series of radars built as part of the Grant Aid for the Establishment of Disastrous Weather Monitoring System in collaboration with DMH and the Japan International Corporation Agency (JICA). Overall, the amount of the investment is JPY 4.073 billion (approx. USD 40 million). Kyauk Phyu's first finished plant is the Kyauk Phyu Radio Towers in 2015 and the last in Mandalay is scheduled for completion in August 2017.
Every one of these is capable of monitoring a 450 km range, and three (3) of them can be used to detect most of Myanmar except the north and south tip of the state. DMH's Multi-Hazard Early Warning Center in Nay Pyi Taw uses real-time weather information to provide a visible picture of weather conditions and early warnings of possible disasters due to severe weather conditions.
The Kyauk Phyu Radarturm has been used in DMH facial book posts, newspaper and TV weather forecasts since its construction in 2015.