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    Severe weather alert for 36 Thai provinces amid heatwave

    The Thai Meteorological Department (TMD) today issued a severe weather warning for 36 provinces, forecasting thunderstorms, strong winds, and potential hailstorms across the regions. This alert comes amid a period of intense heat enveloping the country, with scorching temperatures and sporadic thunderstorms expected throughout the day. As of 6am, today, April 15, the low-pressure system caused by the prevailing heat…

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    Bangkok braces for thunderstorms as severe weather hits Thailand

    Bangkok and 25 other provinces across Thailand are bracing for thunderstorms, as the Thai Meteorological Department (TMD) issues a severe weather warning for the next 24 hours. Bangkok is expected to see heavy rainfall in 20% of its area, accompanied by strong gusts of wind. The south faces turbulent seas with waves forecasted to exceed 2 metres in storm-affected areas.…

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    Bangkok braces for extreme heat and thunderstorms

    Intense heat and thunderstorms are predicted to hit Bangkok and 22 provinces, with the Thai Meteorological Department (TMD) issuing a warning. High waves over 2 metres are expected in the southern seas, prompting caution for mariners starting today. As Thailand braces for a scorching day accompanied by potential thunderstorms, the TMD cautioned residents in Bangkok and 22 other provinces to…

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    Thailand braces for temperatures above 40°C, TMD warns

    A weather warning has been issued by Thailand’s Meteorological Department (TMD) that temperatures across the country are expected to rise above 40°C this month and in April. Kornravee Sitthichitvapak, the director-general of the weather agency, has stated that this summer, temperatures will be 1-2°C higher than the average. Regions facing extremely hot conditions could see the mercury rising above 40°C.…

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    Heatwave alert in Thailand with temperatures hitting 39 degrees Celsius

    Thailand’s Meteorological Department (TMD) issued a weather warning forecasting sweltering conditions across the country today, with peak temperatures expected to soar between 37 and 39 degrees Celsius. Despite the heat, there is a possibility of isolated thunderstorms during the afternoon, with some regions experiencing light rainfall. The TMD’s 24-hour forecast indicates that a low-pressure area resulting from intense heat is…

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    Thailand braces for heat and storms across 27 provinces

    Today’s weather forecast in Thailand is demanding attention due to an expected combination of extreme heat and significant thunderstorms. The Thai Meteorological Department (TMD) warns that 27 provinces, including Bangkok, should brace for stormy conditions. The southern region is anticipated to experience heavy rainfall, affecting 20% of the area, with high waves predicted on Tuesday, February 27. A low-pressure system…

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    Thailand’s summer sun takes the heat up a notch: Temperatures set to sizzle at 45°c

    The summer sun has begun its sizzling reign over Thailand, officially declared by the Meteorological Department of Thailand (TMD), with temperatures set to soar to a scorching 45°C on some days. Daily averages are predicted to hover around a balmy 36°C. This surge in heat is credited to the blazing rays of sunshine blanketing the nation’s northern reaches, then whisked…

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    Thailand braces for severe summer storms across 46 provinces

    The Thai Meteorological Department (TMD) issued a severe weather warning as a summer storm is expected to hit 46 provinces, including Bangkok and its vicinity, from tomorrow February 24 to Monday, February 26. The alert made early today, warns of thunderstorms, hail, and potential lightning strikes due to a high-pressure system from China meeting with a moist easterly and southeasterly…

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    Late onset of Thai summer predicted with extreme heat

    The onset of summer in Thailand is set to be late this month, as projected by the Meteorological Department of Thailand (TMD). The upcoming months of March and April are forecasted to experience extreme heat, with temperatures potentially soaring as high as 43-45°C in certain provinces. According to the department, the latter part of the week will witness a surge…

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    Bangkok on alert for thunderstorms, hot days ahead in Thailand

    Thirteen provinces across Thailand, including the capital city of Bangkok, are on high alert for thunderstorms, with heavy rainfall predicted to affect 10% of the area. The Thai Meteorological Department (TMD) issued a warning today, signalling that a weakening high-pressure system over the upper part of the country is causing a slight temperature rise, with foggy mornings and hot daytime…

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    Thunderstorm alert for Thai provinces with rising temps

    The Meteorological Department of Thailand (TMD) issued a weather warning for thunderstorms across ten provinces, signalling a rise in temperatures for the upper parts of the country. Despite the warmer climate, mornings will continue to be shrouded in fog, retaining the chill, particularly in the northeastern regions. This forecast, released at 5am today, February 14, also highlights an ongoing concern…

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    Thailand braces for record-breaking summer heat in five provinces

    Thailand’s Meteorological Department (TMD) issued a stark warning that this year’s summer season could bring even more intense heat than the previous year to five provinces, already topping the charts as the hottest in the country. The forecast, released on February 13, suggests a sweltering summer ahead with temperatures that could soar to a scorching 44.5 degrees Celsius. The five…

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    Thailand braces for severe weather as storms hit 17 provinces

    A powerful weather front is currently affecting Thailand, with the Meteorological Department of Thailand (TMD) issuing a severe weather warning for 17 provinces. Eastern regions are expected to bear the brunt of the storm, with 30% of the area predicted to experience heavy thunderstorms, strong gusts of wind, and possible hail. The warning comes as a new high-pressure system from…

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    Thailand weather forecast: Cool morning, fog, warming, light rain

    A sharp temperature drop and sporadic rain are expected in parts of Thailand today, according to the Thai weather forecast by the Meteorological Department of Thailand (TMD). In Bangkok, light showers are anticipated, while the south faces stormy conditions due to the prevailing monsoon, with waves exceeding 1 metre in some areas. The country’s northern region is bracing for a…

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    Thailand welcomes cooler mornings as temperatures dip

    A high-pressure system or moderate cold air mass continues to cover Thailand and the South China Sea, leading to cooler morning temperatures across several regions of the country. The Thailand Meteorological Department (TMD) forecast that the north, northeast, central, eastern, and upper southern parts will experience cold weather in the mornings. In the north, residents woke up to chilly conditions…

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    Thailand weather: Cold mornings, thunderstorms, and waves over 2 metres

    The Meteorology Department of Thailand (TMD) issued a weather alert for 28 provinces across the kingdom, including Bangkok, warning of thunderstorms and cold to severe cold conditions on mountain peaks. The TMD forecasted that the northern, upper central, and northeastern regions are experiencing weather disturbances due to westerly wind streams, and the southern region is expected to see waves over…

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    Thailand braces for rainstorms, Bangkok faces minor impact

    A significant weather warning has been issued today by the Thai Meteorological Department (TMD), cautioning of potent rainstorms expected to hit 12 provinces, including a minor impact on Bangkok. The upper parts of Thailand woke to a cool to cold morning with strong winds at 5am today, January 26, as a robust high-pressure system continues to dominate the country and…

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    Thailand anticipates scorching summer with temperatures up to 44.5°C

    Thailand is bracing for an intense summer this year, with the Thai Meteorological Department (TMD) forecasting that temperatures could soar to a sweltering 44.5 degrees Celsius. The summer season, which is expected to start towards the end of February and last until the end of May, is predicted to be unusually severe, with temperatures rising 1-1.5 degrees above the average.…

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    Bangkok bracing for temperature drop and dust pollution fluctuations

    The capital city of Thailand, Bangkok, is set to experience a slight drop in temperatures tomorrow, January 24, amid ongoing concerns over high levels of dust pollution. As forecasted by the Meteorological Department of Thailand (TMD), temperatures are predicted to decrease by 1-3°C for a single day. Meanwhile, other regions of the country, barring the south, will see a temperature…

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    Ten days of rainfall predicted in Thailand with temperature fluctuations

    The Thailand Meteorological Department (TMD) predicted rainfall for the next 10 days, from January 22 to 31. The TMD anticipate thunderstorms in the northern, central and upper northeastern regions, with a temperature rise expected. The forecast was updated today, January 22, from the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF). From January 22 to 26, a moderate to strong mass…

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    Severe weather warning for 18 provinces in Thailand

    The Meteorological Department of Thailand (TMD) issued a severe weather warning today for 18 provinces spanning the north and south of the country. Heavy rains, strong winds, and hailstorms are expected, posing a potential danger to residents. The department advises people to avoid open areas and weakly constructed buildings. This weather forecast for the next 24 hours predicts another western…

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    Unpredictable weather warning for 40 northern Thailand provinces

    A forecast from the Meteorological Department of Thailand (TMD) issued a warning for 40 provinces in northern Thailand of unpredictable weather conditions, including storms and hail, from January 13 to 16, 2024. Bangkok and its surrounding provinces are expected to experience a drop in temperature starting from today. The Director of the TMD, Karnwi Sitthijiphak, announced the fourth weather alert…

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    Severe weather alert issued for 32 provinces in Thailand: Thunderstorms and temperature drop forecasted

    A severe weather alert has been issued for 32 provinces in Thailand’s north, northeast, and central regions. From tomorrow, January 13 to January 16 these areas are on high alert for thunderstorms, strong winds, and hail, with temperatures expected to drop by 1-3 degrees Celsius. This forecast is due to a western airflow from the Union of Myanmar that will…

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    Cold wave to hit northern Thailand with thunderstorms and temperature drop

    The Meteorological Department of Thailand (TMD) issued a warning today about a cold wave of weather that is expected to hit the northern Thailand region. Residents are advised to prepare for thunderstorms, which are predicted to occur before a decrease in temperature between January 12 and 15. The high-pressure area or cold mass that covers the northeast and the South…

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    Weather alert: Thailand bracing for cold snap and heavy southern rainfall

    Thailand’s Meteorological Department (TMD) issued a cold weather warning across the country, with foggy conditions expected in the morning. The southern region continues to experience severe flooding due to heavy rainfall in eight provinces. The level of airborne dust particles remains significantly high due to weak winds, resulting in poor air ventilation. A high-pressure area or cold air mass covers…

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    Rise in temperature forecasted for Thailand’s northern regions

    Thailand’s Meteorological Department forecasted a rise in temperature by 1 to 2 degrees Celsius in the northern and northeastern regions. Along with cool weather, fog is expected in the morning. There are warnings for heavy rain in the four southern provinces. The high-pressure area or cold mass covering Thailand and the South China Sea is weakening. This change is leading…

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    Thailand braces for cold weather and heavy rain: A warning from Thai Meteorological Department

    The Thai Meteorological Department, via their Facebook fan page, has issued a warning of cold weather across the country, heavy to very heavy rain in the south, and strong sea waves in the Gulf of Thailand. The weather changes are expected to occur tomorrow from December 20 to 25. A high-pressure system, or a mass of cold air from China,…

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    A Taiwanese fruit vendor turns heads with bikini attire in cold weather

    Over the past week, a rapid plunge in Taiwan’s temperatures to approximately 9 to 10 degrees Celsius has seen many people bundling up to beat the chill. However, a fruit vendor in Changhua City‘s Tianwei Night market has turned heads by braving the cold in nothing but a bikini. The bikini-clad vendor has caused a stir on social media. The…

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    Thai weather warning: Northeast bracing for strong winds

    The Meteorological Department of Thailand (TMD) issued a Thai weather warning today, indicating a drop in temperatures and strong winds, particularly in the northeastern region. The southern part of Thailand is bracing for heavy rainfalls and high sea waves, posing potential risks of sudden flooding and forest runoffs. An incoming mass of cold air from China is expected to cover…

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    Thai weather forecast: Thunderstorms, heavy rainfall and temperature drop predicted

    The Thai Meteorological Department (TMD) predicts severe rainfall and strong gusty winds over the next seven days, followed by a rapid temperature drop of 4 to 6 degrees Celsius. According to the Thai weather forecast, southern Thailand is expected to experience heavy rainfall, increasing the risk of flash floods and forest runoffs. The Thai weather forecast for the period of…