The climate of Thailand is tropical and high both in humidity and temperature, and occupied by monsoons all through the year. April as well as May is the hottest time of the year, whereas in June you can see the start of the South West Monsoon that brings with it the drizzling season. It goes on sporadically until the ending of October.
Beginning from November to the last part of February, the weather is pretty less humid because of the cooling North East wind. This is considered as the major tourist period, and the finest time for trip to Thailand.
The region of Thailand northward of Bangkok has a weather determined by 3 seasons, while the southernmost peninsular area of Thailand has only 2.
In north Thailand the weather is clearly defined. From November and May the climate is generally dry, though this is divided into the phases between Novembers to Februarys and March to May. Soon after these two phases, the region has relatively higher temperatures.
The south most area of Thailand in fact has only 2 seasons that is, the dry and the wet. On the western shore, the southwest monsoon brings drizzle and seldom powerful storms from April to October, whereas on the eastern shore the rain falls are between Septembers to December.
In general, the finest time for a trip to Thailand is between November to Feb when the northeastern monsoon blows cool and dry wind, which serves as a relief from the temperature. In this breezy season, the temperature varies between 18ºC to 32ºC.
In northeast and northern Thailand, the humid weather can get fairly cool down with the dawn temperatures getting as low as 8º C to 12º C along with the infrequent 20º C in a day. Nighttime can be mainly cool and at elevated altitudes the temperature even drops below sub-zero.
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