- Moslih Eddin Saadi
Cambodia - Weather in June. The wet SW monsoon is slowly becoming established. Humidity is around 50-70% during the day, 80-90% at night, making it feel hotter than it really is. By June, the temperatures are starting to drop, and the fierce heat of March and April eases off as the rain comes in. Rains are frequent, but not usually heavy or long. Travel can be extremely rewarding with the much lower numbers of tourists, although sunrises and sunsets are very much a matter of luck. Tourist numbers at some sites can be as low as 5-10% of peak season levels.
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First Light - 0514
Sunrise - 0537
Sunset - 1825
Last Light - 1848
Chance of precipitation on any given day - 60% unless the monsoon is late.
Wet days are becoming more common.
Minimum - 24ºC
Maximum - 33ºC
Sophalla says: "I drive a remorque so I am always happy when there is for cooler weather. In June, it is not as hot as the previous months and I really enjoy it. There is some rain all around - in the fields for the farmers and their animals, in the forests, and at the temples."
"The rain makes everything green - the farmers are working in the field and there are many cows and buffaloes. I think tourists should see this - I am a Cambodian and I like this (landscape) the most. Crickets are plentiful this season and they are delicious, deep-fried and washed down with a beer. You must try it!"
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