The Rainy Season In Thailand

By | March 15, 2014

Weather outlook for Thailand during Rainy Season ( June – October 2012) General Condition During the period June to October 2012, are expected to receive normal to

rainy season up to dry Season. The procedure was done by the three groups of researchers from Rambhai Barni Rajabhat University, so on including Thailand have abundance of water in rainy season but lack of the water in dry season.

That rainy season onset over all Thailand is around 9 May. Wang and LinHo (2002) mapped the onset of the rainy season for the entire Asian–Pacific monsoon and showed that the summer rainy season starts in the IP in

People of Thailand. Rainy Season Temperature Squared -15.64 -3.15* -10.46 -1.59 Dry Season Temperature -493.16 -1.22 -760.63 -1.66*** Dry Season Temperature Squared 13.78 1.46 21.62 2.17** Acrisols 890.66 7.11* 923.14 5.48*

Aflatoxin contamination was highest in the rainy season and lowest in the hot season. For most of Thailand, during the years 1967 to 2001, each of the seasons that extended from month to month overlapped; however, the rainy season extended from

Yield Quality of Broccoli during Rainy Season in Southern Thailand Karistsapol Nooprom 1 & Quanchit Santipracha 1 Department of Plant Science, broccoli during the dry season in southern Thailand. International Journal of Plant, Animal and Environmental Sciences, 3(2).

2 Northeast Thailand. The annual average precipitation varies between 1,600 – 2,400 mm/year, 90 % of which falls in the six month rainy season (May – October).

Thailand during August. As the season begins to wind down, the ITCZ again sinks southward prior to the arrival of the Northeast Monsoon. Region Winter Season Summer Season Rainy Season Annual # of Rainy Days North 105.5 182.5 952.1 123 Northeast 71.9 214.2 1,085.8 117

Yield Quality of Broccoli during Rainy Season in Southern Thailand Karistsapol Nooprom 1 & Quanchit Santipracha 1 Department of Plant Science, broccoli during the dry season in southern Thailand. International Journal of Plant, Animal and Environmental Sciences, 3(2).

Thailand extends from approximately 1.57-20.20 °N in latitude and 97.56-105.30 °E in longitude and is the rainy season from June-October, and the cool season from November-February. While central Thailand receives most of

May Central Thailand Cool Season (°F) Rainy Season (°F) Hot Season (°F) Asian-Hotels.com © 2005 RP 75.2-87.8 May – December 69.8-89.6 January – April Southern Thailand/ East Coast 78.8-86 June – October 77-87.8 November – May Southern Thailand/ West Coast Rainy Season

In October, the late rainy season, the northeast monsoon prevailed over Thailand since around mid-month. Meanwhile, the monsoon trough moved southward to lie across central Thailand Monthly and Accumulative Rainfall of Thailand in 2011 3