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BANGKOK 23 April 2019 15:10
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songhkla in June/July

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thinking of a few days in songhkla, at BP samila ,late June/ July , whats the weather like then ?

thanking you all, and good morning 

cheers SS

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Hot - daytime temperature 33°C night time 26°C

Humid - about 80% humidity

Rain showers - about 10 rainy days per month that time of year with about 100mm rainfall in the month

 

Best time of year is February - March : driest and coolest

Worst time is October to December : wettest - main monsoon

 

June July is OK

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7 hours ago, Farangwithaplan said:

generally hot and potentially explosive all year round.

 

BS

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5 hours ago, Stocky said:

Hot - daytime temperature 33°C night time 26°C

Humid - about 80% humidity

Rain showers - about 10 rainy days per month that time of year with about 100mm rainfall in the month

 

 

If true, that's relatively cool. Here in Isan the average day time temp in April is 37 - 40 and 30 - 32 at night.

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Posted (edited)

Coastal climate is nicer than inland.

 

6 minutes ago, Stevemercer said:

If true

Not sure what you mean by "if true" - just look up 'Songkhla climate' on the internet if you don't believe me!

 

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19 minutes ago, Stevemercer said:

If true, that's relatively cool. Here in Isan the average day time temp in April is 37 - 40 and 30 - 32 at night. 

That is why in north India they have houses with flat roofs, and sometimes people sleep on the roof.

 

18 minutes ago, Stocky said:

Coastal climate is nicer than inland.

Living in a humid and somewhat hot coastal climate (although really quite temperate, maximum usually not more than about 30-32,) I used to think dry heat would be better, until I experienced 35+ degrees.

On the coast, there is usually some wind, some breeze...which makes a big difference.

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