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The Weather Forecast in thailand

Carla Manrique Cano and Lucía Mellado García 4ºA

1. Geographical features 1.1. geographical features of Thailand

2. Location2.1. Location of Thailand

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3. Weather3.1. Weather in Thailand3.2. Wheather and rainfall of every month of the year.

4. Fauna 4.1. Fauna in Thailand4.2. Examples

5. Flora5.1. Flora in Thailand5.2. Examples

geographical features

geographical features

Thailand's geography is varied and rich in contrasts. From the fertile central plains to the high highlands of the north to the less fertile plateau of the northeast, each region has its own distinctive character. In the east, the coast is fringed by beautiful beaches and in the west, dense forests cover the mountains that form the border with Myanmar. In the south, the peninsula offers beautiful beaches, tropical islands and dense jungles. Also, important rivers, such as the Chao Phraya and the Mekong, flow through the country, which contributes to its geographic diversity.

Location

Location

Thailand is located in Southeast Asia, bordered by Myanmar to the west and northwest, Laos to the northeast, Cambodia to the southeast, and Malaysia to the south. It also has maritime borders with Vietnam in the Gulf of Thailand to the southeast, and Indonesia and India on the Andaman Sea to the southwest.Thailand is known for its tropical climate and stunning beaches.

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weather

  • The rainy season (May to October).
  • The chilly season (November to February).
  • The warmer season (March and April).

The weather

Thailand has a humid tropical climate and it's always hot. However, the country's climate is made up of three seasons:

Weather in different months

January

March

May

February

April

June

Weather in different months

July

September

November

August

October

December

fauna

The fauna

Thailand's wildlife is varied and fascinating, with a large variety of species adapted to the country's diverse habitats. Thailand's wildlife offers a special experience for nature lovers.Its fauna is incredible, with 300 species of mammals, 313 reptiles, 107 amphibians, more than 1000 species of birds (10% of the world total), known species of insects are estimated at more than 6000.

Examples

Asian Elephant

Is a protected and endangered species. It is estimated that in 1850 there were 100,000 elephants in the then Kingdom of Siam and today the population in Thailand is only 2,500 in the wild and about 3,000 in captivity.

Gibbons

Gibbons are 80 cm tall primates with long arms for jumping from tree to tree. They live in the jungles of Southeast Asia in family groups and communicate with a peculiar song.

Clouded leopard

This feline is native to the mountainous forests of northern Thailand and is known for its spotted fur and its ability to climb trees. Although shy and difficult to observe, it is one of the most important predators in the region.

Examples

Siamese crocodile

This species of crocodile, endemic to Thailand, is one of the rarest and most severely endangered crocodiles in the world. It is found mainly in aquatic habitats such as rivers and swamps.

Indochinese Tiger

Is an endangered species and is rarely seen in the wild. It is the smallest of all tiger subspecies, but still impressive.It is found in several Southeast Asian countries with an estimated population of between 700 and 1300 in the wild.

Flora

Flora of thailand

In Thailand, you can find a wide variety of plant life, with thousands of different species. It's believed that there are approximately 27,000 species of vascular plants in the country, including trees, shrubs, herbs, orchids, and aquatic plants, among others. This diverse flora can be found in various habitats, ranging from tropical forests to mountainous areas and coastal regions, which adds to the country's biodiversity.

Lotus

Plumeria

Orchids

Flora

Thailand is known for its many different types of orchids, with over a thousand species, some of which are only found in the region.

Also known as “frangipani,” it’s quite common in Thailand and often used in decorations and religious ceremonies.

Considered sacred in Thailand, the lotus symbolizes purity and spiritual growth. You can find it in ponds and lakes all over the country.

Bamboo

Teak trees

Fruit trees

Flora

Thailand has various species of bamboo growing in tropical and subtropical areas, used in construction, crafts, and cuisine.

Thailand’s known for its abundance of fruit trees like mango, papaya, pineapple, and guava, which thrive across the country.

Thailand is home to teak trees, known for their hardwood used in furniture. Teak forests can be found in various parts of the country, particularly in the northern regions.

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Rainfall

Maximum and minimum temperatures

  • Overall Average Maximum Temperature: 31°C, being constant over most of the country. The far north may experience a few degrees cooler.
  • Minimum Temperature: Around 14-18°C, generally recorded overnight in central areas and northern hills.
  • Daytime Conditions: Mostly sunny, with short showers in the Gulf Islands.
  • Average Relative Humidity: 74%.

January

Maximum and minimum temperatures

Rainfall

With an average temperature of 28°C and average humidity levels of 82%, Thailand is mild and very hot in August, with the highest showers in many regions.Bangkok is expected to see 180mm of rain, with a heavy rainfall or two everyday. It will be raining in the north, south, east, west, there are few places to stay dry in Thailand.

August

Rainfall

Maximum and minimum temperatures

July is a month of intense rain, although the sun is visible and the heatwaves returns. The Andaman coast is especially humid, so it can be stiffling. It is the best time to see the waterfalls in all their splendor.The sea can be rough on the west coast of Thailand.

July

Maximum and minimum temperatures

Rainfall

In Central Thailand, December has the perfect holiday conditions with temperatures between 30°C and 21ºC. There is not any rain during the month, making it ideal for sightseeing. The eastern part of Thailand also enjoys sunny weather and mild temperatures. The coasts are the best choice for a holiday, with occasional rains and high temperatures. Meanwhile, the Gulf coast experiences more rain and gusts. In Northern Thailand, December brings cooler temperatures and at nigh it drops to 15°C.

December

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Rainfall

Maximum and minimum temperatures

  • Temperatures: Between 32°C and 24°C, with high humidity (77%).
  • Dry Season Ending: Southwest monsoon approaching in May.
  • Rainfall: Varies by region. Phuket averages six days of rain, while Bangkok has around two days with 30mm of rain.

March

Rainfall

Maximum and minimum temperatures

  • The overall temperature in Thailand in May is 29°C, with high humidity around 80% due to the start of the monsoon season.
  • Frequent thunderstorms are expected, with an average rainfall of 170mm across the country, although this varies by region.
  • In Bangkok, humidity reaches 90% during the day, with average maximum temperatures of 34°C and 190mm of rain, with nine rainy days in total.
  • On the south coast, Phuket experiences its wettest month, with 340mm of rain and an average of 19 rainy days in May.

May

Rainfall

Maximum and minimum temperatures

Thailand enjoys an average temperature of 26ºC in September, but in many regions it rises up to 30°C and only cool down at night. The main feature of the weather in Thailand in September is rain and muggy all over the country. Some regions are more scorching than others, but everywhere the showers are relatively short, with sunny intervals between them.

September

Rainfall

Maximum and minimum temperatures

November is a good time of the year to travel to Thailand and visit the northern part because the country enjoys sunny days, mostly dry and with pleasant temperatures for outdoor activities. Although you should know that at night, temperatures in the north will cool down and maybe it drizzles. Central Thailand also has good weather conditions, making November a good month for tourism. And for beach lovers, the islands are the best options in November, with an average temperature of 28°C.

November

Rainfall

Maximum and minimum temperatures

  • In June, after a rainy start with the start of the rainy season, Thailand's rainfall stabilises, especially in the central region.
  • Average rainfall in June is 180mm, with about a third of the days experiencing rain, mainly in the form of heavy showers in the late afternoon or overnight.
  • Despite it pour with rain, the weather remains hot and humid throughout Thailand, with an average temperature of 28°C.
  • On islands, such as Koh Chang on the east coast, the weather can be particularly humid, although sea breezes can slightly reduce the heat.

June

Maximum and minimum temperatures

Rainfall

Maximum and minimum temperatures

The weather in Thailand during this month is boiling hot, with maximum temperatures reaching 35°C on average. However, in the central and north-eastern regions of the country, it is common for the thermometer to reach 40°C. Despite the intense heat, temperatures will drop at night. There is a raise in rainfall, mainly in the afternoon, although the average rainfall for Thailand in March is only 89mm, so rain cannot be expected every day.

April

Rainfall

Maximum and minimum temperatures

  • Temperatures: In the centre, Bangkok records average highs of 32°C and lows of 23°C. Little rain, about one or two days, with an average of 20 mm.
  • North and South: Very dry, although nights can be cold in the north.
  • Southern Coasts and Islands: Optimal climate with daily temperatures above 30°C, sunny and little rainfall.

February

Rainfall

Maximum and minimum temperatures

October in Thailand is mostly sunny, but the average of precipitations drops significantly compared to September. Despite of it is the lowest season in Thailand for tourism, visitors who come on holiday in October enjoy the fair and mild conditions of this month, with an average of 31°C throughout the country. Although a little cooler in the north, where the average is around 27°C.There is also plenty of sunshine, especially in the central and northern areas where the heatwaves can be uncomfortable.

October