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tropical storms in the northeast March 5-9
« on: March 04, 2015, 04:48:14 PM »
Weather bureau forecast storms tomorrow

 The Meteorological Bureau of Thailand today warned of tropical storms in the northeast, lower central and eastern regions from tomorrow until Monday.

Its warning came after  another cold spell from China is approaching to cover the said regions and the South China Sea during the period.

The arrival of the cold spell will strengthen the southeasterly wind which is covering the areas.

Torrential rains and thunder storms are expected from March 5-9, it said.

For Bangkok and surrounding provinces, the bureau forecasts cloudy sky with thunder rainstorm in 10% of areas today.

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Rescue units on standby as thunderstorms about to affect 40 provinces

The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM) has coordinated rescue efforts in preparation for thunderstorm forecast across the country until next Monday.

According to DDPM Deputy Director-General Anusorn Kaewkangwan, the high pressure system from China could bring thunder and hail storms to some areas in the Northeast, lower Central region and the East of the country.

The DDPM is expected to respond to any emergency situations at any time, even though no severe weather conditions have been reported yet. People in 40 provinces have been told to brace for gusty winds and heavy rains.

They are also urged to remove any signs and placards which are vulnerable to wind damage. The 18 DDPM provincial offices will be on standby to dispatch a rescue team to help those in need or call a 24 hour-hotline at 1784.

However, the storms could raise national water storage levels and put out forest fire on top of everything else. Residents affected by the water shortage are advised to take this opportunity to store water.

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Re: Tropical storm warning
« Reply #2 on: March 21, 2015, 01:32:23 PM »
Tropical storm warning



 The Meteorological Department issued latest announcement Saturday warning of tropical storms in several parts of the country from today after approaching cold spell has  blanketed the upper northeast region, and is  moving further to cover other parts.

It forecast torrential rainstorms and expected hails to hit the North, Northeast, Central and East during March 21-26.

It said the approaching cold high pressure from China coincided with the covering of the North by the westerly wind from Myanmar.

This  will result in torrential storms and hails in areas covered by the high pressure wind and temperature could   drop by  6-8 degrees, it said.

It warned people to stay off  huge sign boards, big trees or unsecured structures for safety.

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Re: Tropical storms, hail to affect Thailand this week
« Reply #3 on: April 06, 2015, 02:41:55 PM »
Tropical storms, hail to affect Thailand this week

BANGKOK, 5 April 2015 (NNT) – The Meteorological Department has forecast higher temperatures in the upper part of Thailand and hot to very hot weather across the country this week.

From 7-11 April, a high pressure system from China will move to the upper part of the country and the South China Sea, resulting in tropical storms in the northern, northeastern, central and eastern regions. Thunderstorms, gusts and hail storms are expected in some areas.

The department warned people to take care of themselves following hot to very hot weather and avoid staying outside for a long time. It added that tropical storm Maysak near the northern Philippines would dissipate on 7 April off southern coast of China. The storm would have no impact on Thailand.

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