Friday, 3 February 2017
Koh Samui, Thailand daily weather update; 3rd February, 2017
It's mostly cloudy over land, with at some places some dark clouds and possibly some rain and over the ocean it's partially cloudy with the sun coming out around Koh Samui this early in the day. There may be another shower today and the sun may break through at times as well/ Showers should be sort and relatively light, if at all. Las night there were also some showers. Current temp at 7am is 26C
On Koh Lanta we have a partially cloudy sky and possibly a sunny day ahead of us, providing the sun can burn the clouds away. Current temp at 7am is 25C
Koh Samui, Thailand daily weather update; 3rd February, 2017; This picture was taken during one of the very rare very nice days in December last year and shows a Samui beach baking in the sun and enjoying a sunset
Yesterday saw a partially cloudy day with plenty of sun around the island and it was fairly warm with the max temp reaching 32C
Koh Samui, Thailand daily weather update; 3rd February, 2017; A small snake with a relatively long body, spotted at the pier at Ban Saladan on Koh Lanta, part of his body can be seen among the plans on the left bottom corner. Any idea what species this is? It was maybe half a meter long.
The forecast for the next seven days has changed slightly with some rather unexpected rain predicted for today but the rest of the weekend and next week should be sunny to partially cloudy again and in general is showing a very pleasant weather forecast. Plenty of opportunities to enjoy the beach or any of the many activities and options you have around Koh Samui, including one of the tours you can book with me, being the half day gourmet picnic and snorkel tour, the photography tour and the drinks tasting tour, Contact me for more information and enjoy next week!
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