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The Wakema lies at 16.6 north latitude, 95.18 east longitudes and 5 metres above sealevel. It is a small town in Myanmar with about 42,705 people. Wakema's maps allow you to securely browse to, from and through Wakema. In addition, in Wakema's satellites viewing, you can see all the topographical detail around your current position or enjoy a virtual tour of Wakema's roads from your home.
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Weather in Wakema, Myanmar (Burma), all year round
Wakema's rainy seasons are gloomy and covered, the arid seasons are humid and partially covered, and it is warm all year round. During the year the typical annual temperatures vary between 66°F and 98°F and are seldom below 62°F or above 103°F. Situated on the Strand Pools scores is the best period of the year to attend Wakema for outdoor activity in warm conditions, from the end of November to the end of March.
It is a 2. 1 month long period, from 4 March to 6 May, with an intermediate elevated everyday climate above 96°F. April 12th is the busiest of the year with an mean high of 98°F and a low of 76°F. Colder seasons last 3 years. Five month, from 6 June to 21 September, with an intermediate elevated everyday body temperature below 88°F.
January 10 is the colder part of the year, with an annual mean low of 66°F and a high of 91°F. This is the maximum (red line) and minimum (blue line) mean annual temp (25th to 75th and 9th to 9th percentile stripes). Thin dashed line are the corresponding mean observed temp.
Below you can see a concise characterisation of the whole year of hours mean air conditioning time. Horizonal axle is the date of the year, perpendicular axle is the hours of the days, and colour is the mean temp for that hours and that days. Mean hrs temp, colour encoded in bands: chill < 15°F < freeze < 32°F < very chill < 45°F < chill < 55°F < chill < 65°F < comfortably < 75°F < heat < 85°F < heat < 95°F < braise.
Bissau, Guinea-Bissau (7,325 nautical miles away ) is the distant overseas town with temperature closest to that of Wakema (see comparison). At Wakema, the mean percent of cloud-covered skies during the year shows extremely variable seasons. Wakema's brighter part of the year begins around 5 November and continues until 5 November.
Six month, ending April 23rd. February 20, the brightest clear skies of the year, the skies are clear, mostly clear or partially down 71% of the year, and 29% of the year down dark or heavily up. Most of the year, the first part of the cloudy season starts around 23 April and continues until 6 April.
Four month ending November 5th. June 15, the clearest of the year, is either clear or 94% clear, and 6% clear, mostly clear or partially clear. Percent of total spending per ceiling cloud volume divided by percent of clouded sky: clear < 20% < mostly clear < 40% < partially clear < 60% < mostly clear < 80% < clear.
Wakema's chances of having rainy weather vary greatly throughout the year. More humid seasons last 4. 2 month, from 23 May to 30 September, with a probability of more than 21% that a particular date will become a wettish one. Dry period is 7 years. Eight month, from 30 September to 23 May.
This is the proportion of different kinds of daily occurrences of different kinds of rains without traces: rains alone, snows alone and mixtures (rain and snows falling on the same day). In order to show fluctuations within month and not just month sums, we show total accumulations of Rainfall over a moving 31-day cycle that revolves around each single trading day each year.
The Wakema region is experiencing extremely unpredictable fluctuations in precipitation levels. Precipitation of the wet season of the year is 7.2 month, from 22 April to 28 November, with a 31-day rolling precipitation of at least 0.5 inch. Most of the rainfalls fall during the 31 consecutive day event around 29 July, with an overall median of 4.7 inch.
Precipitation -free time of the year for 4. Eight month, from 28 November to 22 April. Least precipitation occurs around 8 February, with an overall median of 0.1 Inch. Precipitation mean (solid line) collected over a moving 31-day interval, centred on the relevant date, with 25 to 75 and 10 to 90 percent stripes.
Thin dashed line is the corresponding mean fluid equivalents of precipitation. In Wakema, the duration of the daily activities changes throughout the year. Summer season (summer time) is not monitored in Wakema in 2018. In contrast to the typical variation in temperatures between midnight and midday, the tendency is for the condensation point to vary more gradually, so that while the temperatures may fall at nights, a sultry summer may be followed by a sultry nights.
The Wakema experience extremely fluctuating air moisture levels. Swelter season is 10 month, from 12 February to 15 December, with at least 61% of cases of sweltering, depressing or unhappy comforts. July 29th is the most sultry of the year, with sultry weather 100% of the year.
Least swell of the year is January 10th, with swell weather in 47% of cases. Percent of total water exposure to different moisture content grades was categorised by condensation point: trocken < 55°F < bequem < 60°F < damp < 65°F < humid < 70°F < depressing < 75°F < mismatching.
In this section, the large area daily mean windsvektor ( velocity and heading ) at 10 metres above the floor is discussed. Winds at a given site depend heavily on site conditions and other parameters, and current windspeed and directions differ more than the hoursaverage. Wakema's mean windspeed per hour fluctuates considerably throughout the year.
More windy part of the year for 3. Nine month period, from 8 May to 5 September, with mean windspeeds of more than 8.5 mph. June 25 is the most windy of the year with an annual mean windspeed of 11.4mph per second.
Quieter season for 8. Month 1, from 5 September to 8 May. December 24 is the quietest of the year, with an annual mean windspeed of 5 hours. Mean daily mean windspeeds (dark grey line), with 25 to 75 and 10 to 90 centiles.
Wakema's prevailing mean windspeed per hour vary throughout the year. Winds come most frequently from the southern hemisphere for 2. 6 week, from 4. October to 22. October, with a top share of 41% on 4. October. Winds come most frequently from the Orient for 2. 2 month, from 22 October to 28 December, with a 45% share on 16 November.
Winds come most often from the western side for the 9th. from 28 December to 4 October, with a record value of 32% on 1 January. This is the average hourly average of each of the four main winds (north, south, south, south, west), except for those where the average windspeed is less than 1ph.
Slightly toned areas at the borders are the percent of hour spend in the implicit intersections (northeast, south east, soutwest and north west). The Wakema is situated near a large aquatic environment (e.g. oceans, seas or large lakes). In this section we report on the area-wide mean superficial temperatures of this type of groundwater.
During the year the mean sea level fluctuates seasonally. Season with hotter waters is 1,9 month, from 16th April to 13th June, with mean temperatures above 84°F. May 7th is the most warm of the year with an 85°F mean seaweek.
Season with colder waters is 2. 2 month, from 17 December to 23 February, with mean temperatures under 81°F. January 9 with an annual mean of 80°F is the coldest one. Mean sea level per diem (violet line), with 25 to 75 and 10 to 90 centiles.
In order to characterise how comfortable the Wakema climate is all year round, we calculate two itineraries. Touristic value favours clear, rainy day with observed temperature between 65°F and 80°F. On the basis of this result, the best period of the year is to attend Wakema for general outdoors tourist activity, from mid-December to the end of February, with a maximum in the second January.
Tourist value (filled area) and its components: value of temp (red line), value of clouds (blue line) and value of rainfall (green line). Pools promote clear, rain-free conditions with sensed between 75°F and 90°F coolers. On the basis of this result, the best period of the year to attend Wakema for warm-water activities is from the end of November to the end of March, with a maximum in the third February weeks.
Beaches/baths value (filled area) and its components: temperatures value (red line), clouds coverage value (blue line) and rainfall value (green line). Separate values for observed temperatures, ceiling clouds and rainfall are calculated for each of the hours between 20:00 and 21:00 of each of the days in the analytical timeframe (1980 to 2016).
These results are summarised into a sole overall result per hour, which is then summarised into daily results, meand over all years in the analytical horizon and levelled. We have a ceiling of 10 for completely clear sky, a linear fall to 9 for mostly clear sky and a linear fall to 1 for completely cloudy sky.
We have a rainfall value of 10 for no rainfall that falls in a linear fashion to 9 for track precipitates and 0 for 0.04 inch rainfall or more centred on the three-hour rainfall per respective hours. We have a tourist value of 0 for sensed below 50°F values, a linear increase to 9 for 65°F, 10 for 75°F, a linear decrease to 9 for 80°F and 1 for 90°F or higher.
Perceptual sea or swimming bath temp. value is 0 for sensed temp. below 65°F, increasing in a linear way to 9 for 75°F, 10 for 82°F, decreasing in a linear way to 9 for 90°F and 1 for 100°F or higher. Wakema's climate is so hot all year round that it does not make sense to consider the vegetation period from this point of view.
Proportion of total working hours spend in different temperatures: chill < 15°F < freeze < 32°F < very chill < 45°F < chill < 55°F < chill < 65°F < pleasant < 75°F < heat < 85°F < heat < 95°F < stew. This is the probability that a certain date lies within the vegetation period.
Growth grade day is a measurement of annual thermal storage used to forecast the evolution of plants and animals and is expressed as the integral value of thermal energy above a basic level of temperatures, with any surplus being discarded above a peak high. During the year, the mean growth rates cumulated with 25 to 75 and 10 to 90 percent stripes.
In this section, the overall short wave sun power that reaches the earth's surfaces over a large area is discussed, taking full consideration of seasonality in the length of the sun's days, the height of the sun above the horizontal plane, and cloud absorbtion and other elements of the atmosphere. In the course of the year, the annual mean short-wave sun power is subject to fluctuations due to season.
Lighter periods of the year last for 2. from 15 February to 24 April, with an annual mean of incoming short wave power per sq. metre over 6. March 28 is the lightest of the year with an annual mean of 6.9 cWh. Darkness of the year persists for 4.
Nine month, from 25 May to 20 October, with an annual mean incoming short wave power per m2 of less than 4.5 cWh. August 2 is the most dark of the year with an annual mean of 3.9 cWh. Mean short-wave sun power per m² (orange line) that reaches the soil with 25 to 75 and 10 to 90 percent stripes.
The geographic co-ordinates of Wakema 16. Wakema's 2 mile terrain is basically shallow, with a max altitude of 46 ft and an mean altitude above ocean of 16 ft. Wakema's area within 2 nautical miles of Wakema is ploughed (79%), within 10 nautical miles of arable ( 82%) and within 50 nautical miles of arable ( 60%) and mangrove ( 12%).
The present Wakema forecast shows the average Wakema climate pattern on the basis of a statistic review of historic one-hour forecasts and models reconstructed from January 1, 1980 to December 31, 2016. We have only one meteorological base, Yangon International Airport, in our global communications system, which serves as a proxy for Wakema's historic temperatures and dots.
107 kilometres from Wakema, nearer than our 150 kilometre barrier, this is considered close enough to serve as our main sources of recording temperatures and dots. Stations will be adjusted for the height differences between the Wakema Stations and Wakema according to the International Standard Atmosphere and for the changes in the re-analysis of the MERRA-2 times between the two Sites.
NASA's MERRA-2 Modern-Era retrospective analysis provides all other types of information, as well as rainfall, ceiling, wind velocity and heading, and sunshine. The new analysis will combine a large number of large-scale observations in a state-of-the-art overall atmospheric meteorology paradigm to recreate the hours of worldwide meteorology on a 50 km raster.
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