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Phuket and the South Weather
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Phuket has a pretty typical climate for Thailand; hot, hotter and hottest seasons.
Phuket and the South Weather: During the dry season most visitors arrive in this region and breezes off of the sea can actually make the temperature rather pleasant. of course inland, particularly in the forests this breeze doesn't come in to play and the high humidity can be pretty oppressive. The south is a very wet part of the country, but the east coast receives a little less rain than the rest of the peninsula. The wet season rarely becomes an all day deluge and there are often long periods of sun between rain. However, the weather does disrupt seas travel and this closes some of the island national parks in the Andaman Sea. September and October are the wettest months but by November the sunshine is almost constant.
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