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Weather in July

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Weather in July

What is weather like in. July

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1. Re: Weather in July

Hot but cooler than the coastal towns.

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3. Re: Weather in July

Da Lat climate should be quite pleasant normally.

But I have read a few reports that it has been changing the last few years, whether due to global warming or not, who knows.

Sorry, the links are in Vietnamese.

And I don't think Google Translate is worth a "damn", LOL.

The last time I was there was March 2010, and it was unseasonably "not cold" as normal.

Around April this year, I've read that there was a drought, which is also rare.

Otherwise, Da Lat should be pleasant to travel throughout the year.

John

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