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Weather in Khon Kaen and the Northeast
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The northeast, or Isarn, has the annual climate cycle that perhaps most visitors expect when coming to Thailand.
Khon Kaen and the Northeast Weather: From October to February the weather is largely dry and is described by the locals as the "cool" season. This may be strecthing a point but in the evenings it can get quite chilly, continuing through the night until about 8 or 9 in the morning. The temperature builds through March and April and in the midday sun it can feel like being shot with a laser beam! This period can be quite dusty too, so that when the rain begins in May it comes as a relief to most people. Short, sharp showers are characteristic of the early rainy season, but later on the rain can become fairly continuous.
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