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Thailand Expects Heaviest Monsoon in 30 years

BANGKOK (NNT) – The Royal Irrigation Department (RID) has disclosed that an early start to the rainy season in May is expected to be the heaviest in 30 years, according to the forecast of the Meteorological Department. RID deputy director-general Dr Thaweesak Thanadechopol said this year’s rainfall would be higher than the 30-year average, and […]Read More

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Thailand enters cold season today

Thailand is officially entering the cold season today (Thursday), as temperatures in the northern, northeastern, central and eastern regions drop below 23oC, said Korravee Sitthichivapark, Deputy Director-General of the Meteorological Department. She said that low altitude winds have changed course, from westerly to easterly or southeasterly, adding that the average temperature, measured by weather stations […]Read More

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Thailand officially enters rainy season on May 18: Meteorological Department

BANGKOK (NNT) – The Meteorological Department has announced that Thailand will officially enter the rainy season this week on May 18, with 1-2 storms expected this year, along with more rain than last year. Group Captain Somsak Khaosuwan, Director-General of the Meteorological Department, announced today that Thailand will enter the rainy season on Monday, May […]Read More

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Cold weather in most of Thailand as temperatures to drop

An intense cold front from China is now covering northern Thailand and this will cause temperatures in northern, north-eastern and central provinces, including Bangkok and its suburbs, to fall by 1-3oC in the next 24 hours, according to the Meteorological Department’s weather forecast on Tuesday. Minimum temperatures are forecast to dip to between 14-19oC in […]Read More

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Prepare for stormy weather across Thailand, warn weathermen

The Thai Meteorological Department (TMD) forecast on Sunday (June 9th) that skies over Bangkok and its suburbs will be cloudy, bringing heavy downpours or thunderstorms across 60% of the area. Minimum temperature 25°C, maximum 36°C. Continuous rain, with isolated heavy showers, will continue in Western parts of Central, Eastern and the South of Thailand. People […]Read More

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Warning of more wet, windy weather ahead

Heavy rains in various parts of upper Thailand since Friday night caused flooding in areas of Bangkok and central provinces on Saturday morning, while the Thai Meteorological Department warned of more thundershowers in the Northern, Northeastern, Central, Eastern regions this weekend. In Bangkok, heavy rains were reported in various areas since Friday night and the […]Read More

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It’s official: cold season will arrive on October 27

Thailand will be officially entering cold season on October 27, the Meteorological Department announced on Wednesday. The department said that average temperature in the upper northern region is steadily dropping, with the lower up-level wind changed to eastern or northeastern wind while the upper up-level wind changed to western wind. Full story: thaipbsworld.com By Thai […]Read More

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More summer storms warning issued

The Meteorological Department today issued the latest warning of more summer storms and heavy rains in the country from today until April 5. It said the country’s upper region is facing turbulent weather, thus resulting in summer storms and torrential rain storms i n the North, Northeast, Central and Eastern regions. Hailstorms are also expected […]Read More