Myanmar Weather Report today

Weather in Myanmar today

Today (Mon), Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat " Local " Weather forecast. real-time wind & weather forecast / observation Yangon / Yangon airport, Myanmar[Burma] for kitesurfing, windsurfing, surfing & sailing local weather conditions, weather map and much more. Actual Yangon temperature and weather. The weather is partly cloudy, partly cloudy.

The monsoon is intense to intense in the Andaman Sea and the Bay of Bengal. Rains or thunderstorms will be quite common in Kachin State and in the other regions and states with the probability of regional severe storms in the Magway region, the Chin and Rakhine states and occasional severe storms in the regions of Sagaing, Bago, Yangon and Taninthayi and Mon State.

The Myanmar coast is the scene of sporadic storms with harsh waters. At gusts, the windspeed at the surfaces can be up to (40)m/h. The windspeed at the surfaces can be up to (40) m/h. Ongoing heavy season of the month. A shower or two or a thunderstorm. PROGNOSIS FOR YANGON AND NEIGHBOURING AREA FOR 1 August 2015: Some rains or thunderstorms. MANDALAY AND NEIGHBOURING AREA PROGNOSIS FOR 1 August 2015: One or two rains or thunderstorms.

WEEKEND WEATHER FORECAST: The Yangon and Mandalay regions will be affected by thunderstorm. 21/07/2015 According to today's observation at (1:30 p.m.) MST, the severe blues continue to move northwest over Bengladesh and are beginning to subside at midday today. The monsoon is in the Andaman Sea and the Bay of Bengal strongly to hefty.

7/30/2015 According to today's observation at (6:00 p.m.) MST, hurricane "Komen" is moving over the north-eastern Bay of Bengal to the southern coast of Bengladesh near Chittagong. The monsoon is in the Andaman Sea and the Bay of Bengal strongly to hefty. After today's observation at (05:30) MST, the low blues over the northeast bay of Bengal have easily migrated to the northern stations and are about (50) mile northwest of Cox's Bazar (Bangladesh), (35) mile southwest of Chittagong (Bangladesh), (90) mile northwest of Maungdaw (Myanmar) and (140) mile northwest of Sittwe (Myanmar).

This is the current phase of severe depressive disorder, the purple phase, which is heading towards the south coast of Bangladesh near the extremely northerly parts of the Rakhine coast. Low blues are at lattitude (22. 0) degrees north and longitude (91. 3) degrees east, the mean of low blues is (993) hrp and the peak windspeed near the centre is (45) mph at ((05:30) hours MST today.

The route is scheduled to sail the south coast of Bangladesh near Chittagong for the next (24) hrs starting this mornings. It' s under max windspeed with (50-60) mph in Maungdaw County, (45-50) mph in Sittwe County during the Great Depression is cross ed the shores of Bangladesh. The Myanmar coast is home to numerous gusts of storm with harsh sea.

Windspeed at the surfaces can achieve gusts (45 - 50) m. p. h. While the severe blues cross the south coast of Bangladesh, the likely peak tide is at (8-10) ft in Maungdaw and ( (6-8) ft in Sittwe County. Influenced by the severe depressive winds, rains or thunderstorms will be common in the regions of Lower Sagaing, Magway, Bago, Yangon and Ayeyarwady, Chin and Rakhine with the probability of regional storms, high winds, flash floods and landslides.

Rains or thunderstorms will be common in Upper Sagaing, Mandalay and Taninthayi, Shan, Kayin and Mon States, with the probability of occasional severe storms, high winds, flash floods and landslides. It is recommended that a trawler, ship and ship off and along the Myanmar coast be protected from being depressed.

After today's 11:30 MST observation, the depressed situation over the northeast bay of Bengal has further worsened into a profound crisis and is about (40) nautical and southwestern mile from Cox's Bazar (Bangladesh), (70) nautical mile southwest from Chittagong (Bangladesh), (65) northeast from Maungdaw (Myanmar) and (110) northeast from Sittwe (Myanmar).

This is the current phase of severe depressive disorder, the purple phase, which is heading towards the south coast of Bangladesh near the extremely northerly parts of the Rakhine coast. Low blues are at lattitude (21. 3) degrees north and longitude (91. 3) degrees east, the mean of low blues is (994) hrp and the peak windspeed near the centre is (45) mph at ((11:30) hours MST today.

For the next (36) hrs it is scheduled to sail across the south coast of Bangladesh near Chittagong at midday today. It' s under max windspeed with (50-60) mph in Maungdaw County, (45-50) mph in Sittwe County during the Great Depression crossed the shores of Bangladesh. The Myanmar coast is home to numerous gusts of storm with harsh sea.

Windspeed at the surfaces can achieve gusts (45 - 50) m. p. h. While the severe blues cross the coast of Bangladesh, the peak current increase is about (8-10) ft in Maungdaw and about ( (6-8) ft in Sittwe County. Influenced by the severe depressive winds, rains or thunderstorms will be common in the regions of Lower Sagaing, Magway, Bago, Yangon and Ayeyarwady, Chin and Rakhine with the probability of regional storms, high winds, flash floods and landslides.

Rains or thunderstorms will be common in Upper Sagaing, Mandalay and Taninthayi, Shan, Kayin and Mon States, with the probability of occasional severe storms, high winds, flash floods and landslides. It is recommended that a trawler, ship and ship off and along the Myanmar coast be protected from being depressed.

Corresponding to the observation at (06:30) MST today, the depressed situation over the northeast bay of Bengal has shifted slightly northeast and is about (55)miles southwest of Cox's Bazar (Bangladesh), (85)miles southwest of Chittagong (Bangladesh), (75)miles northwest of Maungdaw (Myanmar) and (115)miles northwest of Sitt (Myanmar).

Though the current stadium of depressed is a jaundiced one, it is shut for the extremely northern Rakhine coastline. Low is at lattitude (21. 1) degrees north and longitude (91. 1) degrees east, mean air draught is (994) habenopascal and max windspeed near the middle is (45) miles per hr at (6:30) hours MST today.

Influenced by the Great Depression, rains or thunderstorms will be common in the regions of Lower Sagaing, Magway, Bago, Yangon and Ayeyarwady, Chin and Rakhine with regional crashes, high winds and a deluge of meat. Rains or thunderstorms are common in the regions of Upper Sagaing, Mandalay and Taninthayi, Shan, Kayin and Mon States with occasional severe storms, high winds and floods of meat.

Gusts with harsh sea before and along the coast of Myanmar are often encountered. The windspeed at the sea level can be in gusts (40) to (45) m. p. h. Trawlers, boats and boats off and along the coast of Myanmar are asked to avoid a possible state.

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