arrives in Hat Yai
, ushering in pronounced weather changes, with temperatures continuing to fall, matching the cascade of extensive rainfall. Adorned with lush greenery refreshed by the October
deluge, the city takes on a more vibrant color palette. This climate proves highly conducive for the growth of the region's fruits and vegetables, as the agricultural sector comes alive with rich harvests. Despite a significant reduction in daylight hours, cultural festivals and traditional celebrations thrive during this period. The city receives its lion's share of rainfall in November, with accumulation levels reaching an annual high at 317mm.
November in Hat Yai welcomes an average high-temperature of a still tropical 30.4°C, not much different from the preceding month. Hat Yai experiences a mean low-temperature of 23.2°C during November.
For November, the heat index is computed to be a blisteringly hot 41°C. Exercise special caution, heat exhaustion and heat cramps are probable. Prolonged activity may induce heatstroke.
Remember that heat index calculations are made for conditions in the shade with light wind. Direct sunlight might cause an increase of up to 15 Fahrenheit (8 Celsius) degrees in the heat index.Note
: The heat index, also known as 'apparent temperature' or 'feels like', combines air temperature and relative humidity to represent a human perceived temperature equivalent. The influence of weather is personal, with varied individuals experiencing it differently due to differences in body mass, stature, and physical exertion levels. It is important to note that direct sunlight can intensify the weather impact, potentially raising the heat index by 15 Fahrenheit (8 Celsius) degrees. Heat index values are highly important for children. Youths are typically more endangered than adults since they usually sweat less. Their larger skin surface concerning their smaller bodies and higher heat production due to activity further adds to their vulnerability.
The natural method the human body uses to remove excess heat is by perspiring and letting sweat evaporate. Under high air temperature coupled with high humidity (high heat index), the body's perspiration is reduced, intensifying the sensation of heat. Overheating risks increase with rising body temperatures, especially if heat release isn't efficient.
With an average relative humidity of 87%, November is the most humid month.
The month with the most rainfall in Hat Yai is November, when the rain falls for 21 days and typically aggregates up to 317mm of precipitation.
The average length of the day in November is 11h and 49min.
On the first day of the month, sunrise is at 06:05 and sunset at 17:58. On the last day of November, in Hat Yai, sunrise is at 06:14 and sunset at 17:59 +07.
The months with the least sunshine in Hat Yai are June
, with an average of 6h of sunshine.
The months with the lowest UV index in Hat Yai are January
, November and December, with an average maximum UV index of 11. A UV Index value of 11, and more, symbolizes an excessive health risk from exposure to the Sun's UV rays for the ordinary person.Note
: In November, an average UV index of 11 transforms into the following instructions:
Utilize all vital precautions. Guarding against sun harm is non-negotiable. Remember that UV radiation from the Sun is strongest between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Make an effort to limit direct sun exposure during this time. To best shield against UV radiation, choose sun-safe garments and dependable sunglasses. Directly after outdoor activities or swimming, a broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF 30+ should be applied generously and reapplied frequently.