Weather in July
is deeply entrenched in the monsoon season, with the country experiencing heavy rainfall and marginally cooler temperatures.
In the northern regions and the highlands, temperatures continue to hover around 23°C to 26°C. These areas receive a significant amount of rainfall, with cloud cover and persistent showers marking the majority of days. Despite the wet conditions, the natural scenery is particularly lush and beautiful during this period.
The central dry zone, which includes regions such as Bagan and Mandalay, experiences slightly lower temperatures, ranging between 28°C and 32°C. The rainfall increases during July, but it's still less intense compared to the coastal and northern regions. Nonetheless, the precipitation brings relief from the previous high temperatures and dry conditions.
In the coastal and delta regions, including Yangon, temperatures remain relatively stable with daytime averages around 30°C and nighttime temperatures of 25°C. However, these areas continue to bear the brunt of the monsoon, with heavy rains becoming a daily occurrence and often causing disruptions to local activities and travel plans.
Compared to June
, July sees a further decrease in temperatures and an increase in rainfall across Myanmar. The monsoon season is now at its peak, characterized by heavy rains and lower temperatures. Looking forward, the weather conditions in August
will remain similar, with the continuation of the monsoon season.
- Yangon - July »
In Yangon in July, during 26.2 rainfall days, 559mm of precipitation is typically accumulated. On the first day of July in Yangon, Myanmar, sunrise is at 05:35 and sunset at 18:42.
- Mandalay - July »
In Mandalay, Myanmar, during July, the rain falls for 27.3 days and regularly aggregates up to 141mm of precipitation. In Mandalay, during July, the rain falls for 27.3 days and regularly aggregates up to 141mm of precipitation.
- Bago - July »
In Bago in July, it is raining for 23.6 days, with typically 181mm of accumulated precipitation. In Bago in July, it is raining for 23.6 days, with typically 181mm of accumulated precipitation.
- Pathein - July »
July, with its high-temperature average of 29.7°C and a low-temperature average of 24.4°C, is the coldest month in Pathein, Myanmar. July is Pathein's coldest month, registering average high temperatures of 29.7°C and lows of 24.4°C.
- Monywa - July »
In Monywa in July, during 28.8 rainfall days, 148mm of precipitation is typically accumulated. The month with the least sunshine in Monywa, Myanmar, is July, with an average of 6.6h of sunshine.
- Sittwe - July »
On the last day of July, in Sittwe, sunrise is at 05:53 and sunset at 18:56 +0630. Sittwe experiences an average nighttime temperature of 24.7°C in July, reflecting a minor difference from the day's peak.
- Taunggyi - July »
On the first day of July in Taunggyi, sunrise is at 05:24 and sunset at 18:46. On the first day of July in Taunggyi, sunrise is at 05:24 and sunset at 18:46.
- Myitkyina - July »
The month with the most rainfall in Myitkyina is July, when the rain falls for 30.8 days and typically aggregates up to 391mm of precipitation. With an average relative humidity of 87%, July is the most humid month in Myitkyina.
- Meiktila - July »
In Meiktila during July, the rain falls for 26.2 days and regularly aggregates up to 83mm of precipitation. On the first day of July in Meiktila sunrise is at 05:28 and sunset at 18:51.
- Mawlamyine - July »
On the first day of July in Mawlamyine, sunrise is at 05:30 and sunset at 18:36. When are sunrise and sunset in July in Mawlamyine?
- Pyay - July »
July is the month with the most rainfall in Pyay with 626mm of accumulated precipitation. Analogous to a monsoon, July witnesses the maximum rainfall at 626mm, rendering it the wettest month in Pyay.
- Myeik - July »
With the onset of July, Myeik's average high-temperature clocks in at a still moderately hot 29.1°C, showing a minor fluctuation from the previous month. On the first day of July in Myeik, sunrise is at 05:33 and sunset at 18:24.