Comparing Suriname with Vietnam

Is Suriname warmer or hotter than Vietnam?

On average across the year, yes, Suriname is hotter than Vietnam . Suriname has an average temperature of 28°C/82°F and Vietnam has an average temperature of 26°C/79°F.

Suriname's hottest month is August, with an average maximum temperature of 34°C/93°F, which is approximately the same temperature as Vietnam's hottest month (June, with an average maximum temperature of 34°C/93°F).

Average Monthly Maximum Temperatures
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Is Suriname colder or cooler than Vietnam?

On average across the year, no, Suriname is not colder than Vietnam . Suriname has an average minimum temperature of 23°C/73°F and Vietnam has an average minimum temperature of 22°C/72°F.

Suriname's coldest month is January, with an average minimum temperature of 22°C/72°F, which is not colder than Vietnam's coldest month (also January, with an average minimum temperature of 17°C/63°F).

Average Monthly Minimum Temperatures
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Does Suriname have more rain than Vietnam?

On average across the year, yes, Suriname has more rain than Vietnam. Suriname has an average annual rainfall of 982mm and Vietnam has an average annual rainfall of 825mm.

Suriname's wettest month is May, with an average monthly rainfall of 180mm, which is wetter than Vietnam's wettest month (October, with an average monthly rainfall of 134mm).

Average Monthly Rainfall
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