Wet weekend for most of Thailand

Thunder, showers and poor weather are likely in the regions north of Bangkok over the weekend, with isolated heavy rain possible in the North, parts of the Northwest, the lower Northeast, the Central plains, the East and even the South including Bangkok and its vicinity (forecasts below).

The Thailand Meteorological Department issued the warnings yesterday…

Another moderate high-pressure area from China will extend to upper Thailand from 12-15 October resulting in inclement weather over the area. Outbreaks of thundershower and strong winds are possible for the first period before decreasing rain in the North, the Northeast, the Central including Bangkok and its vicinity, and the East regions. Decreasing temperatures by 2-3 degree Celsius and strong winds are possible for the North and the Northeast. People stay healthy due to the changeable weather conditions.

The easterly wind across the Gulf and southern Thailand will intensify and the rain increases with some heavy over the South. The moderate winds rise up the waves about 2 meters high in the Gulf and above 2 meters high in thundershower areas. All ships should proceed with caution and keep off thundershowers.

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The TMD attributes the weather conditions to a weak high pressure trough over the upper North, the upper Northeast and the South China Sea, resulting in the southeasterly and easterly winds across the upper country.

The department recommended citizens to take care of their health in these changeable weather conditions. The winds will become stronger, lifting wave height to 2 metres and above during storms. Shipping should proceed with caution and avoid storms.

Here are some of the forecasts around the country for the next five days…

Wet weekend for most of Thailand | News by Thaiger

Five day forecast for Phuket (above)

Wet weekend for most of Thailand | News by Thaiger

Five day forecast for Chiang Mai (above)

Wet weekend for most of Thailand | News by Thaiger

Weather for Bangkok (above)

 

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