What is the climate and geography of Myanmar?
Weather and climate
Myanmar has a monsoon climate with three main seasons. The hottest period is between February and May, when there is little or no rain and temperatures can rise above 40°C (104°F). The rainy season is generally from May to October, giving way to dry, cooler weather from October to February.
How long is monsoon season in Myanmar?
Myanmar has a typical tropical monsoon climate with three seasons: the hot period, the monsoon and the cool and dry winter. The hot season starts somewhere in March and lasts till May, the rainy season starts around the end of May and ends in October, and the cool, dry season stretches from November to March.
What is the geography of Myanmar?
It lies along the Indian and Eurasian Plates, to the southeast of the Himalayas. To its west is the Bay of Bengal and to its south is the Andaman Sea.
Geography of Myanmar.
|• Total||676,578 km2 (261,228 sq mi)|
|Coastline||1,930 km (1,200 mi)|
How cold does it get in Myanmar?
The annual average temperature ranges from 22 degrees Celsius (72° Fahrenheit) to 27 degrees Celsius (81° Fahrenheit) year-round. There are three distinct seasons in Myanmar: The cold and dry season, from November to February, with average monthly temperatures that range between 20°C (68°F) and 24°C (75°F).
Which months are winter in Myanmar?
In Myanmar, winter lasts from November to February, hot season from March to May, and rainy season from end of May to end of October. In April which is the hottest month, the temperature in Yangon averages around 95.0° F. During the day, the temperature can rise to 100° F to 104° F.