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Khao Lak

Khao Lak Weather February

Khao Lak is located in tropical monsoon climate zone. Typical weather for this zone is vast rainfall during summertime and significant decrease in winter. Thus with insignificant temperature variance we can see big change in precipitation between seasons.

To help you choose the best time to travel, you can find climate data below on the weather in Khao Lak in February.

day temperatureaverage daily high+33.5°C
night temperatureaverage daily low+21.8°C
sea temperaturesea temperature+27°C
day lengthdaytime12.2 h
sunny hours per daysunny / overcast hours7.6 / 4.6
average monthly precipitationaverage monthly precipitation41 mm

High season with the best weather conditions for the beach leisure in Khao Lak are typically January, February, December.

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Temperature in Khao Lak

In February the average daily maximum in Khao Lak is +33.5°C, and the minimum +21.8°C.

The hottest February day on record is +38.2°C, and the coldest +17.3°C.

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Daylight hours

There are 12.2 hours of daylight in Khao Lak in February. Out of these, on average 7.6 are sunny, which means there is quite a lot of sun.

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Sea temperature

The average monthly temperature in the Andaman Sea on the beaches of Khao Lak in February is +27°C.

The water is not only warm enough to bathe in, but it is also possible to stay in the water for an extended amount of time.

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The amount of precipitation in Khao Lak in February is usually 41 mm, a negligible amount.

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