Chiang Mai Climate

Cool Season (November to February)
Maximum temperatures are rarely above a comfortable 25°C. Early morning and nights are cool in the city (15°), cold in the countryside (10°), and possibly freezing in the mountains. Before noon and after 6pm, the air turns crisp and it’s not uncommon to need jacket, gloves and scarf.

Hot Season (March to June)
The day can be as hot as 40°C and won’t drop below 25°C at night. The sun is scorching especially between noon and 2 in the afternoon, so sunscreen is a must for the golfer, as is to drink lots of water, even if you don’t feel thirsty.

Rainy Season (July to October)
Maximum temperatures stay over 30°C, evenings can be hot or cool depending on if it’s rained or not. Bad weather usually comes in 3 to 4 days periods, and alternates with fine weather. So, lucky people could have a week under the sun, while others will have rain, rain and more rain; ranging from a small drizzle all day to a heavy downpour for an hour or two.

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