Tour bookings on Koh Samui with Camille

Visit my Tour bookings with Camille page, to book your various tours on Koh Samui through a trusted and knowledgeable source

Saturday, 15 June 2013

Koh Samui, Thailand daily weather update; 15th June, 2013

Today's weather;

It's cloudy around Koh Samui and the wind is starting to pick up. Current temp at 7am is 26.8C

Besides the PADI IDC, at the same time I'm also teaching a PADI IDCS course here on Koh Samui

Bophud Beach

Bophud Beach in front of the Bandara Resort yesterday around noon, still plenty of people enjoying the beach, despite the cloudy days

Yesterday saw a few very unexpected sun beams around 8am but it was cloudy for the remainder of the day with an occasional drizzle and some rain around 7pm. Max temp reached 30C
The predicted strong wind and heavy rain has so far not reached Samui, this in total contrast to some parts on the mainland. Areas in and around Nakhon Si Thammarat, Krabi, Phuket, Phang Na and Khao Lak have heavy rain and plenty of water damage and flooding.

The forecast keeps predicting strong wind, cloudy skies and big waves but less rain for the next 7 days. However, the predicted wind and big waves have not materialized yet, the dive boats have been going out almost every day and have not encountered bad weather, yet!

Don't forget to use my Camille's Samui hotel recommendation blog and my Camille's Thailand hotel recommendation blog for all your hotel bookings on Koh Samui and around Thailand. By doing so, you will support my blog. Thanks folks!



Anonymous said...

Hi camille!

Do you know when it is going to be nice weather? And when it is best to visit ko tao for a couple of days to dive? We are staying here until 28 june.

Thank you!

Camille said...

Right now it looks like the bad weather patch will be holding on until after next weekend.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for you answer!

But if it is like todays weather is it not good to visit ko tao for diving and snorkling? We are now in koh samui and like to visit ko tao for 2-3 days and koh phangan for 2 days. Do you think it will be good? And which beach is best in ko tao and koh phangan?

Camille said...

So far, every day the dive boats and ferries have gone to Koh Tao and there was hardly any waves. so no problems to visit at all, either Koh Tao or Koh Phangan.
However, one speedboat company has cancelled all service for tomorrow.