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I don't have any references for this (most rainfall charts don't go down to the hour of the day...), but yes, based on living in Singapore for years, there is a general pattern to rainfall in that area of the world. It goes like this: Morning: Clear blue skies. Noon: Clouds gathering. Afternoon: Sudden onset of violent lashing rain, often accompanied by ...


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I realized there is already an accepted answer but I figure I would add my 2 cents. Having lived in Chicago for 6 years and enjoyed the winters. For regular walking about when it is >0F, especially if you plan on going indoors at all, ex. shopping then I usually wear wool socks, non-insulated boots, jeans, t-shirt, heavy cloth button down shirt or sweater, a ...


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To add to previous suggestions, you can have some information on the meteofrance (french public service) website. For example, for Hendaye : http://www.meteofrance.com/previsions-meteo-france/hendaye/64700 where you can see at the page bottom average rain, temperatures, and so on. (Rain is something to take into account if you plan to visit Pays Basque).


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The answer to this will vary year to year, you can see that Wikipedia and the official Philippines tourism site climate page both state that rainy season is May to October. Although you can also see on the Wikipedia page that a fair amount of rain does fall in November and December (depending where you are). Further you can see on the Weatherbase page for ...


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Spring is unfortunately (along with Autumn) the rainy season in Fethiye. Some flowers bloom earlier than others, so depending on when you go, you may see a variety of different flowers. April and May tend to be the recommended months as they have slightly less rain than March, and you can usually guarantee that by then the flowers will be out, however the ...


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Unless your driving in a snow storm, the road are usually we cared. For the Autoroutes in Quebec, check the Quebec511 website. It will give you the road condition, visibility condition and any problem, like road closure, in real time. For added safety, you should put winter tire on your car, it will give you a better adherence to the road. Also be sure to ...


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A simple rule: check the weather regularly, and find a place to stay before it starts snowing. Once the storm is over, the road crews will have the highways cleared within a few hours. And if you wait until traffic starts to crawl, you will probably find that there's no place to stay. While people from northern states like to think of themselves as ...


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Generally speaking American and Canadian roads are fairly well cared for in the winter. Interstates and Autoroutes even more so than smaller rural roads. The only time I'd be worried (I live in the greater DC/Northern Virginia area) about making that trip, even in my own Mustang, is during an actual snow storm/blizzard. Even then, I'm originally from ...


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There may be a lot of snow, and expect some snow anyway. I remember doing a similar trip around Christmas 2010. There was a big snowstorm right after Christmas and almost no bus would drive us from Philadelphia to New York, and some friends doing it by car were slowed down because of it. Anyway, Quebec City has a lot of snow anyway (you can see the snow ...


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Puerto Rico has not been hit by a hurricane in quite a few years now and this season seems pretty light so it is unlikely that it will get hit. It is perfectly safe weatherwise to travel to PR in June. In fact, the water at the beaches is at its most cristaline and warm during that period. It is also safer to swim in the northern beaches during June due ...


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The bulk of hurricanes which effect Puerto Rico are later in the season (August, September, October). The chance of a June hurricane are fairly slim. Your best source of historical data would be the National Weather Service's annual Atlantic Hurricane reports which go back 20 years online. You can see a map of all the storm paths for each year's hurricane ...



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