Current Conditions      
°C Hi °C | Lo °C
  • Feels Like: °C
  • Sunrise: 5:55 AM
  • Wind: at kmph
  • Sunset: 6:25 PM
  • Humidity: %
  • UV Index: -
Tonight      
T-Storms
Humidity 97%
Wind CALM calm kmph
Tomorrow
Lo 23°C | Hi 30°C
T-Storms
Wednesday, 31 Aug
Lo 23°C | Hi 30°C
T-Storms
Wednesday, 31 Aug Night      
T-Storms Early
Humidity 91%
Wind WSW 9 kmph
Thursday, 01 Sep
Lo 24°C | Hi 33°C
PM T-Storms
Thursday, 01 Sep Night      
Partly Cloudy
Humidity 85%
Wind W 17 kmph
Friday, 02 Sep
Lo 24°C | Hi 32°C
M Cloudy
Friday, 02 Sep Night      
Mostly Cloudy
Humidity 85%
Wind W 14 kmph
Saturday, 03 Sep
Lo 24°C | Hi 32°C
PM T-Storms
Saturday, 03 Sep Night      
Mostly Cloudy
Humidity 85%
Wind W 14 kmph
Sunday, 04 Sep
Lo 23°C | Hi 31°C
PM T-Storms
Sunday, 04 Sep Night      
Scattered T-Storms
Humidity 91%
Wind WNW 11 kmph
Monday, 05 Sep
Lo 23°C | Hi 31°C
T-Storms
Monday, 05 Sep Night      
T-Storms
Humidity 93%
Wind WNW 9 kmph
Tuesday, 06 Sep
Lo 23°C | Hi 30°C
T-Storms
Tuesday, 06 Sep Night      
T-Storms
Humidity 93%
Wind WSW 8 kmph
Wednesday, 07 Sep
Lo 23°C | Hi 31°C
T-Storms
Wednesday, 07 Sep Night      
T-Storms Early
Humidity 93%
Wind WNW 6 kmph

Laos weather Overview

The yearly climatic conditions in Laos are characterized by the annual monsoon weather cycles that are common to all of the mainland Southeast Asian region. While having the common wet and a dry monsoon climate, Laos’s weather is typically explained in three main basic seasons. Between May and July the southwest monsoon season settles in and continues up to November every year. This monsoon season is typically followed by a comparatively dry period which continues from November up to May. This time of the year is usually characterized by lower temperature levels and cooler breezes resulting from the Asian regions’ northeast monsoon cycle which bypass a major part of Laos. The pleasant climatic conditions prevail until mid February except for the areas like Hua Phan, Phongsali and Xieng Khuang which experience different climatic patterns as they are bound to receive the rainfall originating from China and Vietnam during April and May, a time which is typically dry in other parts of Laos.

Level of precipitation significantly varies in different parts of the country depending on the specific latitude and altitude. The areas typically receiving the highest annual precipitation are eastern Champasak, Khammuan, Boliksamsai and other provinces falling under the highlands of Vientiane.  The annual temperature averages too differ according to the respective altitude. The Mekong River Valley area generally reflects a yearly humid temperature level between 15°C and 38°C while mountain areas like Xieng Khuang have year round cooler temperature levels.
 

Laos Weather by Month