Weather in Thailand in july 2021


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Where should you go in Thailand in july when it comes to the weather?

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The climate in Thailand in july is tolerable across the board.

The climate in Thailand in July saw the rains increase unevenly across the country, but temperatures remain relatively high. Consequence: the degree of humidity makes the atmosphere oppressive in continental regions. This is the beginning of the proper wet season, therefore an umbrella is needed!

Bangkok and Central Thailand in July

The monsoon wets this part of the country between fifteen and twenty days within the month. The thermometer displays an average of 30° C and the sunshine in Bangkok is still reduced by one hour compared to June. The continental provinces require caution in some places in view of the sudden floods. Do not forget to consult the weather report before going on an excursion!

East of Thailand (Isan) in July

The monsoon now falls on the extreme east of the country. Roads and hinterland sometimes become impassable. Koh Chang does not escape this rainy weather, with a sea often agitated and hazardous sea links. For a drier stay by the sea, it is better to opt for Pattaya. The thermometer presents an average of 23-24 ° C overnight and 30° C during the day.

Northern Thailand in July

The rainy season is in full swing in northern Thailand. If national parks and waterfalls become magnificent, beware of slippery terrain and sudden floods. There are about 20 rainy days, with a hot and humid atmosphere that is difficult to bear. When it comes to temperature level, the month shows an average of 29° C with peaks at 33° C.

Northeast Thailand in July

There is a slight decrease in temperature in the Northeast compared to June. The thermometer travels between 24° C at night and 31° C during the day. Expect about twenty rainy days and therefore a damp, hot and uncomfortable air. The extreme northeast is subject to heavy showers, therefore caution for novice hikers!

Southeast Thailand in July

July on the southeast coast of Thailand does not differ from June except for a few more showers. The Gulf water displays 28° C and for average night air temperatures, about 25° C all the way to 32° C during the day. The islands of Koh Samui, Koh Phangan and Koh Tao remain welcoming, but for a drier stay, opt for coastal destinations in the northwest of the Gulf of Thailand.

Southwest in July

The rains are intensifying and the Andaman Sea can become difficult to navigate under the effect of the winds, prohibiting any transport between continent and islands. The seaside resorts that are still open offer very attractive prices, but the sun can be made rare throughout some weeks of August. However, the temperature remains high with a varying thermometer of 26° C at night at 31° C during the day. If Koh Lanta turns out to be drier than Phuket, it is still better to choose a destination in the Gulf of Thailand - except Koh Chang, which is too rainy.



Climate in Thailand in july

Climate in Bangkok in july

In the month of july, maximum temperature is 92°F and minimum temperature is 83°F (for an average temperature of 88°F). The climate is very hot here in this month. With 6.6in over 22 days, rainfall can happen throughout your trip. But this is pretty moderate and it will not be continuous.
With a correct weather, july is okay (but not the best month) for traveling in Bangkok.

July
Average temperature 88°F
Highest temperature 92°F
Lowest temperature 83°F
Rainfall 6.6in
Number of days with rainfall 22 day(s)
(70%)
Humidity 77%
Daily sunshine hours 11
Cloud cover 51%
Length of day 12:52
Our opinion at whereandwhen.net tolerable
more information about the climate in Bangkok in july

Climate in Chiang Mai in july

In the month of july, maximum temperature is 90°F and minimum temperature is 76°F (for an average temperature of 83°F). The climate is very warm there in this month. With 6.8in over 22 days, rain may occur for your trip. But this is reasonably and you will not be too bothered by it.
With a correct climate, the month of july is okay (but not the best time) for traveling in Chiang Mai.

July
Average temperature 83°F
Highest temperature 90°F
Lowest temperature 76°F
Rainfall 6.8in
Number of days with rainfall 22 day(s)
(70%)
Humidity 87%
Daily sunshine hours 13
Cloud cover 49%
Length of day 13:10
Our opinion at whereandwhen.net tolerable
more information about the climate in Chiang Mai in july

Climate in Koh Chang in july

In the month of july, maximum temperature is 88°F and minimum temperature is 81°F (for an average temperature of 85°F). The climate is very warm here in the month of july. With 17.6in over 28 days, you will suffer the rain for your stay. Remember to bring Rain coats.

July
Average temperature 85°F
Highest temperature 88°F
Lowest temperature 81°F
Sea temperature 86°F
Rainfall 17.6in
Number of days with rainfall 28 day(s)
(91%)
Humidity 86%
Daily sunshine hours 12
Cloud cover 51%
Length of day 12:45
Our opinion at whereandwhen.net tolerable
more information about the climate in Koh Chang in july

Climate in Ko Samui in july

In july, the mean temperature in Ko Samui is 88°F (maximum temperature is 90°F and minimum temperature is 85°F). The climate is burning there in the month of july. With 5.8in over 22 days, rainfall can happen throughout your holidays. But this is pretty reasonably and it will not be continuous.
With a bad weather, the month of july is not the best time to go in this city in Thailand.

July
Average temperature 88°F
Highest temperature 90°F
Lowest temperature 85°F
Sea temperature 86°F
Rainfall 5.8in
Number of days with rainfall 22 day(s)
(70%)
Humidity 78%
Daily sunshine hours 11
Cloud cover 39%
Length of day 12:38
Our opinion at whereandwhen.net tolerable
more information about the climate in Ko Samui in july

Climate in Pattaya in july

In july, the mean temperature in Pattaya is 86°F (maximum temperature is 88°F and minimum temperature is 83°F). The climate is very hot around this city in this month. With 9.4in over 22 days, you will suffer the rain during your trip. Consider to bring adapted clothes.
With a correct weather, july is okay (but not the best month) for traveling in Pattaya.

July
Average temperature 86°F
Highest temperature 88°F
Lowest temperature 83°F
Sea temperature 85°F
Rainfall 9.4in
Number of days with rainfall 22 day(s)
(71%)
Humidity 80%
Daily sunshine hours 11
Cloud cover 50%
Length of day 12:49
Our opinion at whereandwhen.net tolerable
more information about the climate in Pattaya in july

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Weather data for Thailand in july:

Weather data for Thailand in july is derived from an average of the weather forecast since 2009 in Thailand. There is a margin of error and these forecasts are to be considered as general information only. The weather in Thailand can vary slightly from year to year, but these predictions should limit surprises. So you can pack your bags and check when is the best time to go to Thailand.


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