BANGKOK, 4 October 2011 (NNT) – The Meteorological Department of Thailand said although typhoon Nesat has weakened into a depression while landing in the upper part of Vietnam, scattered showers and heavy rains can be expected in some parts of the upper region of Thailand.
While ‘Nesat’ is becoming weaker, typhoon ‘Nalgae’ has gained strength and is expected to make landfall in Vietnam from tomorrow until Thursday. Drenching rains can be expected along the western coast of the South and in the eastern part of the country.
Meanwhile, only some parts of the central and northeastern regions will experience more rains from Thursday to Friday. Fishermen are advised to stay ashore as seas will likely be violent with 2-3 meter-high waves.
However, those who plan to travel by boats should consult the weather forecast and check the boat’s engine before leaving the shore.
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