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Thailand lies in the tropical climatic region of the earth's geography. The weather in Thailand is predominantly hot and humid. There are, however climatic differences in different parts of the country.
The weather in Thailand is tropical and humidinterspersed by the arrival of the rainy season or monsoons. The Thailand weather remains hot almost throughout the year. The weather in Thailand shows distinct variations between the northern part of the country and the southern areas. The capital city of Bangkok is the center point between the two climatic zones. The area of Thailand north from Bangkok city exhibits three distinguishable seasons while the southern Thailand areas have only two seasons.

The weather in Thailand comprising the northern areas of the country has distinct seasonal variations. The weather in Thailand north region is predominantly dry between November and May. This long period could be broken up into two periods like November to February and March to May.

The period between March and May has higher relative temperatures. The monsoon season dominates the weather in Thailand northern regions from May to November. Heavy rainfall is characteristic ofthe Thailandclimate in this part of the year. The southern peninsular region has two seasons. The two seasons are the hot season and the dry season. Monsoon rain in this region falls from April to October.



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