Weather in February
heralds the tail end of the winter season and the onset of the hot summer season. The weather across the country remains largely dry and begins to warm slightly, though it still remains comfortably cool compared to the impending summer months.
In the northern regions and the highlands, the average temperature sees a gradual rise but continues to remain relatively cool, averaging 15°C. Snowfall becomes increasingly rare during this time, but the early mornings and nights can still be quite chilly.
The central dry zone, comprising regions such as Bagan and Mandalay, experiences temperatures from 22°C to 26°C. Daytime is typically warm, but the nights continue to provide a respite with cooler conditions.
The coastal and delta regions including Yangon experience the warmth of approaching summer, with average temperatures around 34°C during the day, cooling down to 20°C at night. These regions still remain relatively dry as the monsoon is several months away.
When compared to the preceding month of January
, February is slightly warmer across the country. With almost no precipitation, the conditions remain as dry as January. Moving forward, March
will introduce a more substantial rise in temperature as Myanmar transitions fully into the hot summer season.
- Yangon - February »
February's weather in Yangon sees a slight increase in temperatures from the previous month, further accentuating the dry conditions. In Yangon, Myanmar, in February, during 0.2 rainfall days, 2mm of precipitation is typically accumulated.
- Mandalay - February »
In Mandalay, in February, it is raining for 1.3 days, with typically 3mm of accumulated precipitation. February is the month with the least rainfall in Mandalay, Myanmar.
- Bago - February »
The month with the least rainfall in Bago is February, when the rain falls for 0.5 days and typically collects 1mm of precipitation. In the transition from January to February, Bago reports an average high-temperature of a still hot 34.8°C, indicating a close resemblance to the prior month.
- Pathein - February »
On the first day of February in Pathein, sunrise is at 06:42 and sunset at 18:06. Despite a significant deviation from daily highs, February sees an average nighttime temperature of 18.9°C in Pathein, Myanmar.
- Monywa - February »
February is the only month when rain does not fall in Monywa, Myanmar. On the last day of February, in Monywa sunrise is at 06:31 and sunset at 18:12 +0630.
- Sittwe - February »
The month with the coldest seawater in Sittwe is February, with an average sea temperature of 25.5°C. At the onset of February, Sittwe records an average high-temperature of a still warm 29.4°C, showing little deviation from the preceding month.
- Taunggyi - February »
On the first day of February in Taunggyi sunrise is at 06:38 and sunset at 17:52. January and February are months with the least rain in Taunggyi when 5mm of rain is typically aggregated.
- Myitkyina - February »
The months with the lowest UV index in Myitkyina are January, February, November and December, with an average maximum UV index of 5. In Myitkyina, during February, the rain falls for 3.6 days and regularly aggregates up to 8mm of precipitation.
- Meiktila - February »
February is the month with the least rainfall in Meiktila, Myanmar. On the first day of February in Meiktila, sunrise is at 06:43 and sunset at 17:56.
- Mawlamyine - February »
On the first day of February in Mawlamyine, sunrise is at 06:30 and sunset at 17:55. In February, on the first day of the month, sunrise is at 06:30 and sunset at 17:55.
- Pyay - February »
On the last day of February, in Pyay sunrise is at 06:28 and sunset at 18:14 +0630. February introduces a marginal temperature uplift in Pyay, with average high-temperatures adjusting from January's hot 30.9°C to a still tropical 34.4°C.
- Myeik - February »
On the last day of February, in Myeik sunrise is at 06:11 and sunset at 18:04 +0630. In Myeik, Myanmar, during February, the rain falls for 4 days and regularly aggregates up to 51mm of precipitation.