Taunggyi Climate

Climate of Taunggyi

The Taunggyi has a humid subtropical climate (Köppen class Cwa), which borders closely on a subtropical highland climate (Cwb). Taiunggyi, Myanmar Köppen Climate Classification. Taunggyi's climate history in August with monthly averages for temperature, precipitation and wind. Taunggyi, Burma's annual climate with high and low temperatures and rainfall averages on a monthly and annual basis. Normal climate: temperatures, precipitation, sunshine, Taunggyi Myanmar.

Mean temperature and rainfall

It gives good information on the climate pattern and anticipated climate parameters (temperature, rainfall, sun and wind). Imagine that the simulation results have a geographic range of about 30 km and cannot reflect all kinds of meteorological events such as storms, blowing or tornado. The climate can be explored for any place such as the Amazon rain forest, West African savannahs, the Sahara, the Siberian tundra or the Himalayas.

30-year historic meteorological information for Taunggyi can be acquired with history+. Get CSVs of temperatures, winds, clouds and rainfall for every place on earth. For Taunggyi the last 2 week of past meteorological information can be evaluated here for free. The" mean peak of the day" (solid line in red) shows the maximal of a mean date for each monthly for Taunggyi.

Mean everyday minimum" (solid line blue) also indicates the mean minimal temp. Warm weather and cool weather (dashed reds and blues) show the mean of the warmest weather during the last 30 years. To plan your holiday you can anticipate the medium weather and prepare for warm and cooler weather.

A rainfall map is useful for planning the weather conditions such as the Indian climate of the monsoons or the rainy seasons in Africa. Notice: Simulation rainfall in the tropics and across difficult terrains tends to be lower than on-site measurement. It shows the amount of sun, partially cloud, rain and frost.

Sunshine with less than 20% clouds, partial cloudiness with 20-80% clouds and more than 80% rain. Reykjavik in Iceland is mostly covered with clouds, while Sossusvlei in the Namib deserts is one of the sunnyest places on the world. Please note: In the tropics such as Malaysia or Indonesia, the number of rainfall dates can be estimated by a 2-fold overestimation. The Taunggyi max. monthly chart shows how many nights per week certain tempera tures are reached.

Dubai, one of the world' s hotest towns, has almost no temperatures below 40°C in July. One also sees the winter in Moscow with a few sunny nights, which do not even get -10°C as high. Taunggyi's rainfall chart shows how many rainfall levels are achieved on each day of the months.

The quantities can be estimated in tropic and monsun climate. Taunggyi chart shows the day per week when the breeze is reaching a certain velocity. Taunggyi's compass card shows how many hrs per year the breeze is blowing from the indicated area. We began calculating meteorological modeling in 2014 using historic information from 1985 onward, generating a 30-year continual world story with hrs. time.

Climate graphs are the first climate datasets to be published on the Internet. Wherever you are in the world, our meteorological records cover every location at any given moment, regardless of whether the meteorological station is available. It is based on our NEMS worldwide meteorological models with a 30 km wind speed and cannot reflect detailed meteorological conditions such as hot spots, cool currents, storms or Tornado.

We provide high-resolution simulation with hours of information for places and incidents requiring very high accuracy (e.g. power production, insurances, etc.).

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