Older, but interesting news from Southeastern Asia – while eastern parts of the peninsula reported in the last weeks extremely hot weather, Myanmar was similarly such as Bhutan, Nepal, India or Bangladesh hit by extreme coldwaves /https://mkweather.com/historic-snow-in-bhutan-nepal-india-so-low-hasnt-snowed-for-more-than-64-years-1000-masl-the-first-snowfall-in-punahka-bhutan-winter-capital-1250-masl-since-1958/; https://mkweather.com/tibet-407c-northern-india-283c-myanmar-with-an-all-time-national-record-60c-bangladesh-61c//.
Such we mentioned in the article above, historic -6,0°C was in Myanmar at the end of January 2022 measured (a potential all-time national record), while February brought in the country many temperature monthly records from lower altitudes, e.g. in Kyauktaw +4,5°C or in Kengtung +4,8°C.
Kanchanaburi, Thailand was at the end of January 2022 very close to the all-time Asian record for January, with +37,4°C.
The start of February 2022 brought anomalously high temperatures in Laos – Sekong reported +36,5°C, which is a higher value than the all-time January national record.
Extremely hot days in the last period appeared in Oman, too, with maximum temperatures on 1. February 2022 up to +36,6°C, which is a 1,6°C higher value than the all-time national January record.
While stormy Spring 2022 is predicted for the region /https://mkweather.com/spring-2022-forecast-for-asia//, Summer 2022 is predicted to be very hot and dry /https://mkweather.com/summer-2022-forecast-for-asia//.
Overall, drier monsoon conditions in this part of Asia than southern SE Asia or India are predicted in the next half year.
In the last years, very hot early spring heatwaves are appearing in the region, therefore some hot surprises will be possible in the following months, too.
Meanwhile, in northern India and the northern Middle East, the effect of Western Disturbances will be continuing until March 2022.
Illustration picture: Extreme Temperatures Around The World