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Khao Lak weather.

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Khao Lak weather.


How has the weather been today in Khao Lak & what is the forecast for next week?? Thankyou.

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1. Re: Khao Lak weather.


Bangsak - Saturday was hot and sunny with broken cloud in the morning. In the afternoon the cloud built up a little with scattered showers, but still warm at 28 deg C. The evening was dry in both Bangsak and Bang Niang.

Bangsak - Sunday was hot and sunny with broken cloud in the morning. In the afternoon the cloud built up a little and by 3 pm there was a heavy thunderstorm with localised flooding.

Dont worry about the forecasts as most will say scattered thunderstorms but the reality is that it can be raining in Bang Niang, but be hot and sunny in Bangsak.

Just have a great time!

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2. Re: Khao Lak weather.

I agree with Russetsprint - the weather here can be very localized.

Overall though - this is the time of year when you can literally feel the transition from the rainy season to the very clear and calm weather that is typical of mid-November to March. It is raining less and less and the rain we do get is for shorter periods of time. Even a heavy rain may last only 15-20 minutes and be quickly followed by sunshine.

A good weather chart of historical averages is here:


3. Re: Khao Lak weather.

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