Thursday 29 November 2007

Goodbye to November

It's time to say goodbye to November 2007.

This year's November did honour to the rainy season, almost a bit too much. Early this month we had so much rain, that combined with the rather unusual high amounts of rain that we experienced towards the end of October, that for one day Samui was declared a 'disaster' area in early November.
Luckily enough, that very moment when Samui was declared a disaster area, the rain pretty much stopped and things got slowly back to normal.

Now, towards the end of November, we have very nice weather, since about 10 days we didn't have any rain and the temperature is rising again and we get lots of sun. It seems that the rainy season this year came very early and very fiercefully but that it has moved on by now.

I'm really looking forward to December!

Interesting side effect of the bad weather patch was a very heavily increased amount of visitors to my Samui weather blog. At some days I had over 300 visitors per day, which was nice to see. People from Russia, Taiwan, Hungary, Israel, Australia and Ireland, just to name a few countries visited the site and asked questions.
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Anonymous said...

Goodmorning camille..Do you think the worst has passed weather wise?

Camille Lemmens said...


Definitely looks like it. The forecasts are looking very nice as well, lots of sun and no rain predicted for the coming week.

Anonymous said...

November just about gone. Where has the year gone? 2007 really has flown by, but then when I look back at it so much seems to have happened.

Camille Lemmens said...

Hi Dave,

Hopefully lots of good things happened!

Anonymous said...

I've made it through the year (well, almost through) without being deported or arrested, so it's been a pretty successful year!

Camille Lemmens said...

Hey Dave,

There's hope for the future ;-)