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WEATHERCAST

Thailand is a country where the climate is hot and humid throughout the country during most of the year. All that portion north of Bangkok has three seasons while the peninsula south has only two.

In northern Thailand, the year is clearly divided into several seasons. Between November and May, it was dry weather but the period from March to May knows much higher temperatures while November to February, some rain caused by monsoon rains in northeastern can lower the thermometer.

The other northern season lasts from May to November. It is dominated by the effects of the southwest monsoon. It was at this time that it rains more in Thailand.

The southern regions of Thailand have only two seasons: the rainy season and the dry season. The seasons are not the same in the east and west of the peninsula. On the west coast, monsoon showers and cause of many major storms from April to October, while on the east coast, the rainy season prevails from September to December.

In general, the southern regions are much wetter than the north (2400 mm against 1400).

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