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Yangon Weather in November
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Weather and Temperatures in Rangoon (Yangon) in November 2018 | Myanmar
Rangoon (Yangon)'s November weather can be described as warm, moist and relatively arid. The 6 November is in Rangoon (Yangon) in autum / autum and is usually the sixth coolest months of the year. The daily highs are 32°C (90°F) on a mean, while 23°C (72°F) are typical at day.
November is on general the sixth wettest of the year in Rangoon (Yangon) with about 62mm 2.4 inch rains, which makes it a rather arid one. The precipitation is usually distributed over 4 working nights, but can differ greatly. At the same timeframe, this is equivalent to an equivalent of 8.1 hrs of sunlight per working hour on the other hand.
They are a good forecast for the weather in November 2018.
The Myanmar Times
The lower Myanmar will remain humid until mid-November as a consequence of a string of winds in the Bay of Bengal, said an officer from the Department of Meteorology and Hydrology (DMH) last weekend. U Kyaw Lwin Oo, head of U Kyaw Lwin Oo, said a low water area that emerged in the Bay of Bengal early last weekend has created severe rains and winds in the Rakhine State and Ayeyarwady, Bago and Yangon area.
"The current wind in the Bay of Bengal is likely to hit the eastern seaboard of India," he said on 6 November. "But another low water area is anticipated to develop around November 9 in the Andaman Sea near Kawthoung[Tanintharyi region] and move into the Bay of Bengal.
By mid-November we are predicting more rainy summer months in lower Myanmar," he said. The weather station Yangon (Mingalardon) and Hmawbi have established new record high precipitation rates for a 24-hour interval according to the DMH readings of November 6th at 9:30 am in November. Also in Pyapon in the Ayeyarwady region (175mm), Bago in the Bago region (151mm) and Zaung Tu in the Bago region (106mm) new record was beaten.
On November 6, heavy breezes also tore down branches, signs, electricity cables, mobile telephone masts and even homes in Yangon's Hlaing and Mayangone districts. Yangon Region Relief and Resettlement Service Manager U Kyi Thar said five cities were hit by heavy wind and floods on the early mornings of November 6.
Myanmar Red Cross Society's Assistant Secretary of Civil Protection, U Aung Thaung Shwe, said 218 homes were affected to differing extents and more than 1300 were affected by violent wind in the city of Myanmar on November 6. Kyaw Lwin Oo said that the areas along the coast of Rakhine state and the Tanintharyi and Apeyarwady areas are likely to see prolonged rains and occasional downpours until mid-November.
"Rainfall is predicted to be between 7 and 10 inch in southern Burma and between 3 and 5 in southern and southern Burma from 6 to 14 November," he said. Kyaw U Lwin Oo said that winds that hit the Bay of Bengal in November have a tendency to land on Myanmar's waters.
DMH will therefore be monitoring the windstorms not only for forecasting rainfall, but also for warning of windstorms. "The lowlands in the Andaman Sea next weekend will also worsen into a tropic depression," he said. Regarding long-term predictions, DMH said last month that the comeback of El Niño is likely to see rains and above-average temperature in the next few moths.
November-February nights are likely to be 3 degrees above normal, U Kyaw Lwin Oo said. "As it is likely to be an El Niño year, the ocean shall be hotter in the Bay of Bengal and it will be raining this year in the coast and lower part of Myanmar," he said.
It said the overnight temperature will be above normal in the Bago, Yangon, Ayeyarwady and Tanintharyi areas and in the states of Rakhine, Kayah, Kayin and Mon.