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The temperature in Yogyakarta tends to be relatively moderate, although high levels of humidity can make the summers in the area seem quite hot. The average summer high temperature is in the nineties and the average humidity at that time is approximately seventy five percent. Humidity throughout the rest of the year varies between sixty five and eighty five percent. The average temperature throughout the year is a comfortable eighty degrees, with the average winter low being in the sixties.
Despite the fact that it is hotter in the area during the summer, many people travel to Yogyakarta at this time because it also marks the area’s dry season. Yogyakarta is a wet environment, with a rainy season which begins in September and continues through May. The heaviest monsoon rains generally last from January through April, with February being the rainiest month. The area has been known to experience horrifying tropical storms, so visitors should remain updated about current weather conditions in the days leading up to their trip.
Updated weather information for Yogyakarta , including short-term weather forecasts, can be located online through Yahoo! Weather ( http://weather.yahoo.com/climo/IDXX00... ), MSN Weather ( http://weather.msn.com/local.aspx?wea... ) and Weather.com ( http://www.weather.com/outlook/travel... ). Additional climate information for the area is also available online at http://www.bagus-discovery.com/map/ma... .