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Phuket Weather Forecasts

Phuket has a moist, tropical climate with three seasons - warm, rainy, and hot. Weather here is warm all year round but the most popular time to travel is from November through March due to cool NE monsoon season with the average temperature of 70F to 90F (25°C to 31°C). This period also the best time for scuba diving and water activities. The rainy season starts from July through October, with the plenty of showers usually in October.

Even at this time, heavy showers is normally disrupted by moments or days of sunshine. Hottest periods, dry weather occurs between March and April with the temperature of 79F to 98F (28°C to 35°C). Thai new year schedule on 13 of April as you will be sprinkled by Thais and tourists, No Choice! In brief, Phuket is an island for all seasons, always offers something to the visitor on each period of year.

Hottest time in phuket

The hottest time is from April through May , with temperatures ranging from 80F to 95F (27°C to 36°C). There are frequent short heavy thundery showers, offering welcome relief from the temperature and humidity. The Thai New Year occurs on April 13th and everyone sprinkles (or throws) cool water on each other. No wonder!

Locals enjoy June, July and August since the weather is usually fine and our favourite haunts remain uncrowded. The usual pattern is brief but heavy showers, with plenty of sunshine between downpours. Everything is a little less expensive at this time of year, as well. Temperatures range between 70F and 90F (20°C to 33°C).

Chiang Mai
Hot Season - boasts high temperatures and lightweight cotton clothes are best.
Cool Season - a few warmer layers are required as temperatures drop at night.
Rainy Season - sees heavy rainfall throughout due to the effects of the southwest monsoon.

Central Thailand:
Hot Season -high temperatures/humidity.
Cool Season - remains quite hot but evenings tend to be cooler and a few warm layers are required.
Rainy season - most rain tends to fall between August and September - flooding can be common towards the end of this period.

Ko Samui
Hat Yai
Differences in temperature and rainfall occur during both seasons on the east and west coasts.
Rainy Season - torrential rain tends to fall in short bursts, usually lasting only a couple of hours each day. Most rain falls between June and November.
Hot and Dry Season - is relatively rain-free between January and April.

Southern Thailand West Coast

Phuket Average temperature Average rainfall
Hot and Dry Season
November - May
25 - 31°C 125mm
Rainy Season
June - October
26 - 30°C 315mm

The climate of southern Thailand is influenced by monsoon winds and remains warm and humid throughout the year.

Light cotton clothes are recommended at any time of the year and an umbrella  is a must during the wet months
Rainy Season - can be a pleasant time of year to visit with occasional heavy rain and long sunny periods between showers.

However, September and October tend to exhibit higher rainfall and less in the way of sunny spells.
Best time to visit: During the Hot and Dry Season - as cool sea breezes ease the high temperatures and humidity.

November to January experience relatively high rainfall for the season and April and May are the hottest months.

North Thailand

The climate of Northern Thailand is slightly more pleasant than other parts of the country. Light cotton clothes are recommended all year round.

Chiang Mai Average temperature Average rainfall
Hot Season
March - June
21 - 34°C 69mm
Rainy Season
July - September
23 - 31°C 218mm
Cool Season
October - February
16 - 30°C 30mm

Hot Season - high temperatures are experienced throughout the day and only drop slightly at night.

Rainy Season - heavy rainfall throughout, although temperatures remain quite high. An umbrella is

always useful at this time as it is sometimes too warm to consider wearing waterproof clothing.
Cool Season - warmer clothes are required during the cooler months when temperatures fall slightly through the day and even more so at night. Very little rain falls during this time.
High humidity is prevalent throughout the year, except in the more mountainous regions.

Best time to visit: During the Cool Season when both rainfall and temperatures are lower. Warmer clothes are essential for the evenings.

Central Thailand

Central Thailand covers a wide land area and the climate can vary across this expanse. Light, cotton clothing is recommended, especially as humidity levels remain quite high throughout the year.

Bangkok Average temperature Average rainfall
Hot Season
March - May
25 - 34°C 97mm
Rainy Season
June - October
24 - 32°C 101mm
Cool Season
November - February
21 - 32°C 25mm

Hot Season - boasts the hottest weather; heat becomes quite oppressive and temperatures can soar above the average. Only a small amount of rain falls during March and April, whilst May begins to see an increase as a prelude to the rainy season.

Rainy Season - the timing of this season can vary slightly each year depending on when the monsoon arrives. However, this is usually from June until October, bringing heavy rain and high temperatures.

Cool Season - although daytime temperatures remain quite high during the winter months, warmer items of clothing are advisable for the cooler nights.

Best time to visit: The Cool Season when temperatures are high and humidity is relatively low.

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