AND CLIMATE IN INDONESIA
Like other regions
in Indonesia, North Sulawesi has a typical equatorial climate with two
seasons: rainy and dry. Starting in September, cool Northwesterly winds
pick up moisture while crossing the South China Sea and arrive in the
Sulawesi Sea about November. The wet season lasts from about November
to March, but it is usually less pronounced than in many other parts of
Southeast Asia and thus not really a serious concern in North Sulawesi.
You are practically free to consider your own schedules, and those of
others to perhaps avoid the holiday crowds.
at sea level are uniform, varying by only a few degrees throughout the
region, and throughout the year 78°- 82°F (25°- 28°C).
However, temperatures are decreasing 2°F (1°C) for every 656 feet
(200m) of altitude, which provides a cool pleasant climate in upland communities.
Strong cyclones and
typhoons, which normally occur in higher latitudes, are absent in Indonesia,
but afternoon thunderstorms are common.
check the current weather condition of Indonesia please
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