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Offline thaiga

Thunderstorms Expected in 37 Provinces, Warnings Issued

The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation has released a warning to 37 provinces in the north and northeast regions to prepare for more cold weather, strong winds and rainstorms during the first week of February (2nd – 7th February)

During this time, temperatures will drop by 2 – 4 degrees Celsius and thunderstorms will dominate the skies.

People have been advised to take precautions to protect their homes, assets and farm animals from the storm.

The Northeast Region

18. Nakhon Ratchasima
19. Chaiyaphum
20. Buriram
21. Surin
22. Khon Kaen
23. Kalasin
24. Maha Sarakham
25. Roi Et
26. Sakon Nakhon
27. Nakhon Phanom
28. Mukdahan
29. Ubon Rachathani
31. Amnat Charoen
32. Sisaket
33. Udon Thani
34. Loei
35. Nong Bua Lamphu
36. Nong Khai
37. Bueng Kan

Full article with all regions that could be effected: chiangmaicitylife
Anyone who goes to a psychiatrist should have his head examined.
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Offline Roger

Korat's top of the list then !
Should be an interesting week.
For weather I use the wunderground site which gives 10 day forecasts.
Usually I notice that they predict temperatures about 4-6C too high but you might like to know that when I looked today, they predict 9 more days of clear sky and sun and NO rain. So we'll see.
Thanks for passing that on - I'll fix the roof !
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Offline thaiga

lets hope your right roger - wuderground & the striker ;)
Anyone who goes to a psychiatrist should have his head examined.

Offline Roger

Thaiga I had a look at Accuweather. IMO the graphics and data not as good as wunderground BUT the temperatures in their forecast are about 7C LOWER !
And correct.
So I'm giving up on wunderground for now.
And Accu show the possibility of rain at 2-3% in the coming days.
It was hot last evening but no sign of the storms - wait and see then.