Northern temperatures to drop 3-5 degrees Celsius

OK, so we’ve exaggerated a bit.

Mercury in Thailand’s north is set to drop another 3-5 degrees from tomorrow until Friday. Meanwhile southern regions are facing forecast rains and isolated heavy rain in some areas.

The Thai Meteorological Department says another strong cold front out of China is looming south to cover the upper regions of Thailand from October 30-November 2 . They forecast this will cause temperatures to drop between 3-5 degrees Celsius during this period.

Meanwhile, the north-eastern monsoon (the opposite to the southern south-westerly monsoon) which is looming over the Gulf and the southern region, will strengthen during this period and bring more rain to the region with isolated heavy rain in some areas.

The wind in the Gulf of Thailand and Andaman Sea is forecast to be moderate with waves in the Gulf up to two metres high and up to three metres high during storms.

“Sailors, fishermen and tour boats are advised to exercise caution when venturing out to sea.”

Despite the forecasts, Phuket, for example, is bathed in sunshine today with light cloud and easterly winds, although thunderstorms may develop during the afternoon.

Bangkok is partly cloudy today until tomorrow morning with possibility of rain covering ten percent of the city. Minimum temperatures range from 25-26 degrees Celsius and maximum temperatures 33-35 degrees Celsius.

It’s THAT time of the year 🙂

Northern temperatures to drop 3-5 degrees Celsius | News by Thaiger

Chiang Mai NewsPhuket NewsSouth Thailand News
Click to comment

Leave a Reply


If you have story ideas, a restaurant to review, an event to cover or an issue to discuss, contact The Thaiger editorial staff.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply