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I'm planning on visiting Texas (Flying to Houston, planning to drive around somewhere between Houston and New Orleans) from The Netherlands some time soon. We want to do a mini (=2 weeks) roadtrip in and around the Houston area. Well, with this in mind you would want to avoid the summer months. In Houston it can get quite hot and its humid since its ...


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I agree with @DumbCoder. The surfing season ends in May as the monsoon starts in June. Lifeguards even prevent you from getting into the sea in June and July. Snorkelling in the lakes may also be a disappointment as the rains cloud the water and visibility is very low. The East Coast of Sri Lanka is a bright spot though and places like Arugambay are great ...


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No need for a raincoat. Maybe a fold-able umbrella just to be sure. Am I on the right track ? It sounds like you could be setting yourself up for a miserable time, mitigated only by the fact that you'll have a bus to crawl back into, and plenty of tourist shops that will sell you a souvenir sweatshirt or jacket to remind you of the time you got cold. ...


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I have used http://www.weatherbase.com/ in the past Put in a city and get monthly averages highs and lows, rain and snow stats etc. You can also drill down to a particular day but I don’t think it will do it by week.


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Climate.org should have what you are looking for. Their website gives downloadable maps for different times of year, and testing lots of different conditions such as rainfall. Here's an example for the average rainfall in March 2016 in the US : For example, we can see from this that the rainfall in March 2016 in Florida was about 1 inch. We can compare ...


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I can't attest to what your personal taste in wind is, but if you look at the Beaufort scale 2 m/s is described as a light breeze, For Sea: Small wavelets, still short but more pronounced; crests have a glassy appearance and do not break For land: Wind felt on exposed skin. Leaves rustle. Wind vanes begin to move. While 7 m/s is the top end ...



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