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Heavy rains and flash floods predicted until next Tuesday from ‘Nuri’

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The Thai Meteorological Department is warning that tropical storm ‘Nuri’ could bring heavy rains and cause flash flooding in at-risk areas across Thailand. A low-pressure system that developed in the Philippine Sea, and was tracked over the central Philippines has moved into the South China Sea, has become a tropical depression.

At 4am today the department officially announced tropical storm Nuri, with maximum sustained winds of about 65 kilometres per hour, was moving northwest at a speed of about 20 kph. The storm is expected to make landfall over south China sometime today or tomorrow. Until June 16 the storm will strengthen, with more rain and isolated heavy to very heavy rains expected in Thailand. People in high-risk areas should prepare for severe conditions.

The effects of the tropical storm will affect Vietnam’s east coast and will have weaker impact across Thailand. But the warnings have been issued to alert regions of the potential for heavy rains and possible flooding.

Here are the areas expected to be affected…

June 13

Northeast:

  • Nong Khai
  • Udon Thani
  • Bung Kan
  • Sakhon Nakhon
  • Nakhon Phanom
  • Mukdahan
  • Si Sa Ket
  • Amnat Charoen
  • Yasothon
  • Ubon Ratchathani

East:

  • Nakhon Nayok
  • Prachin Buri
  • Chon Buri
  • Rayong
  • Chanthaburi
  • Trat

South:

  • Ranong
  • Phangnga
  • Phuket
  • Krabi

 

June 14-15

North:

  • Chiang Rai
  • Phayao
  • Phrae
  • Nan
  • Uttaradit
  • Sukhothai
  • Tak
  • Kamphaeng Phet
  • Phichit
  • Phetchabun
  • Northeast:
  • Loei
  • Nong Khai
  • Nong Bua Lam Phu
  • Udon Thani
  • Bueng Kan
  • Sakon Nakhon
  • Nakhon Phanom
  • Khon Kaen
  • Maha Sarakham
  • Kalasin
  • Roi Et
  • Yasothon
  • Amnat Charoen
  • Mukdahan
  • Si Sa Ket
  • Ubon Ratchathani

Central Region:

  • Kanchanaburi
  • Ratchaburi
  • Uthai Thani
  • Suphan Buri
  • Samut Sakhon
  • Samut Songkhram
  • Nakhon Prathom
  • Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya
  • Bangkok and vicinity

East:

  • Nakhon Nayok
  • Chachoengsao
  • Prachin Buri
  • Chon Buri
  • Rayong
  • Chanthaburi
  • Trat

South:

  • Phetchaburi
  • Prachuap Khiri Khan
  • Chumphon
  • Ranong
  • Phangnga
  • Phuket

 

June 16

North:

  • Mae Hong Son
  • Chiang Mai
  • Chiang Rai
  • Lamphun
  • Lampang
  • Tak
  • Kamphaeng Phet
  • Phichit Phetchabun

Northeast:

  • Loei
  • Nong Khai
  • Nong Bua Lam Phu
  • Udon Thani
  • Bueng Kan
  • Sakon Nakhon
  • Nakhon Phanom

Central Region:

  • Kanchanaburi
  • Ratchaburi
  • Uthai Thani
  • Suphan Buri
  • Samut Sakhon
  • Samut Songkhram
  • Nakhon Prathom

East:

  • Rayong
  • Chanthaburi
  • Trat

South:

  • Phetchaburi
  • Prachuap Khiri Khan
  • Ranong
  • Phangnga

Wind and waves over the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand will strengthen. Wave height in the Andaman Sea could reach up to about 2 metres, and above 2 metres in thundershower areas. All ships should proceed with caution.

Heavy rains and flash floods predicted until next Tuesday from 'Nuri' | News by The Thaiger

Heavy rains and flash floods predicted until next Tuesday from 'Nuri' | News by The Thaiger

SOURCE: Chiang Mai One

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Jack Burton is an American writer, broadcaster, linguist and journalist who has lived in Asia since 1987. A native of the state of Georgia, he attended the The University of Georgia's Henry Grady School of Journalism, which hands out journalism's prestigious Peabody Awards. His works have appeared in The China Post, The South China Morning Post, The International Herald Tribune and many magazines throughout Asia and the world. He is fluent in Mandarin and has appeared on television and radio for decades in Taiwan, Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau.

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