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Monsoon would be on the full swing in last week of July. Amount of rain will differ depending upon which part of the country you are in.India is a huge country. Rajasthan for example in some parts wont see any rain atall and may be a few drops if they get lucky this year. Nothing stops in India and as long as you stay away from the flood prone areas of ...


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I live in Paris and I don't even own boots. I wear “normal” shoes all year round, and so do most locals (except possibly during the handful of snow days). You do need closed shoes (i.e. not sandals) that can withstand rain in order not to get your feet wet. Paris has no dry season, only seasons during which it doesn't rain for a few days at a time. But even ...


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No, you do not need rain boots in June in Paris. First of all, even in the worst weather you can expect to walk in good shoes without problems. Secondly, in June the chances are pretty high for warm weather with little rain, even when it rains it is not as likely to be downpours, more likely light rain. I was in Paris in March and April this year, one time ...


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Weather: The hot season for Zion and Moab begins in May. By June, you can expect daily highs in the mid-90s F (30 C) and overnight lows around 60 F (15 C). Bryce is at a much higher elevation, so high temperatures will typically be around 75 F (23 C) and overnight lows around 45 F (7 C). In all three locations, you can expect dry weather and cloudless ...


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From what I see location on a continent is much more important than latitude. Further more influences like golf streams and regular winds and wind patterns. And whether you live in mountains or there are mountains between important weather features and you. As someone living on the west coast of continental Europe, I find most of the coastal areas of ...


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Although there are quite a few nice beaches along the Black Sea coastline, it's not particularly suitable for a vacation that's beach oriented. The weather will definitely be fine, you shouldn't worry about the temperature. Nor should you worry about the water being too cold either. However there are still a couple of peculiarities that make the northern ...


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Not really. Apart from a few places in Istanbul (mainly around Kilyos and Şile) people don't go swimming on the shores of Black Sea in Turkey. The main problem is that it's pretty dangerous there as the waves can be strong and the sea gets deep very quickly once you're off the shore for a few meters. On top of that, although the weather is usually not cold ...


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I tried the sauna idea myself before moving from the northern hemisphere (in the middle of winter) to the equator. There was no 'control' in that experiment, so I can't clearly say whether it worked or not. But another aspect of this is psychological. What seems unpleasant or normal depends on what you are used to. The strain of ...


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TL;DR -> No, not really On the plus side, a sauna can get you accustomed to sweat. But a typical sauna session of 20 - 30 minutes will not include the activities you would undertake in a visit to Africa. It's also not the same kind of sweat you get in a tropical environment. Some evidence for acclimation is given by examining how the military trains ...


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I don't know anything about preparing yourself or the physiology of it all but I can tell you that a sauna does not feel like a typical tropical climate at all. Of course, “tropics” is quite vague and covers many different areas but many places in Africa or South-East Asia are also very wet and, from experience, it's not like a sauna (which is very dry).


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while it is possible to train yourself to endure harsh climatic conditions(such as cold or heat), is not something easily accomplish, as Lewis mentions first of all you have to be on a place where there is enough room for move or emulate your activities there not just sitting, also it is a process that takes much time(not a month or two more like some years) ...


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What Relaxed said; no way can you guarantee in advance. I spent last June through September in Switzerland, whose north had a lousy summer, especially July. But the Graubunden lived up to its reputation as being sunnier than elsewhere, and I enjoyed some very good weather after I had abandoned the incessant drizzle of the Oberland for Zermatt. OTOH when I ...


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I would say no, not on the roads or paths, but there is only one thing you can expect from Iceland's weather - that it's unpredictable. Last year I've been to þingvellir in late February and there was no snow on roads or paths, unless you drove through the mountains. However, this year the winter they have is so fierce, they consider giving it a name! I ...


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Pantanal Temperature Excursion You are right in saying that July falls in the Pantanal dry season: the Pantanal has two seasons: a wet season from roughly October to March, and a dry season from April to September. Nevertheless you should keep in mind that dry does not necessary mean warm. Indeed there are various websites warning that nights in the ...



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