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Uttaradit province in Northern Thailand declared disaster zone

UTTARADIT, Jan 13 - This northern province of Thailand has been declared a disaster zone as the current cold wave continues bringing frigid temperatures to residents in all nine districts.Uttaradit Disaster Prevention and Mitigation chief Surachai Tatkawin said the temperatures in the province have continually dropped, causing more victims to

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Rain and cold weather reported in north and northeast Thailand

BANGKOK, 15 December 2010 (NNT) - The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation has warned people in the North and Northeast of changing weather, possibly heavy rain and cold this week.The Department has warned that the weather could damage crops and cause road accidents as the temperature could drop as

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Thai Health officials warned of renewed outbreak of H5N1 virus

BANGKOK, Dec 12 -- Health officials throughout Thailand have been alerted to the possibility of a renewed outbreak of H5N1 virus as temperatures in the country continue dropping during the ongoing winter season, said Dr Paichit Varachit, Permanent Secretary for Public Health.Cold weather is now affecting a number of areas

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Thailand: North and Isan are experiencing very cold weather

MAHASARAKAM, 8 December 2010 (NNT) - The Meteorological Department has warned the denizens of the upper North to brace for chilly weather, as the temperature is expected to drop another 4-6 degree Celsius; while many in I-Sarn (Isan) are already donning winter clothing to keep themselves warm.The coldest weather in

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Cold spell hits 13 Thai provinces

BANGKOK, Nov 13 -- Thirteen provinces in the north and northeastern regions Thailand are now hit by a cold spell, and the Meteorological Department forecasts that frigid temperatures in the North this year will be much more severe than in past years.Altogether 14,260 villages in the 13 provinces are currently

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