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Posted by: thaiga
« on: March 12, 2012, 02:09:30 PM »

Disaster Warning Council Chief Dismisses Rumor that Dry Season will Reach 46 Degrees Celsius

BANGKOK: -- The Foundation of National Disaster Warning Council chairman advised the public to store water for use during the dry season. He believes the temperature in Thailand will not be as high as 46 degrees celsius.

Foundation of National Disaster Warning Council chairman Smith Thammasaroj forecasted that Thailand will continue to experience tropical storm conditions with winds gusting between 30 to 40 kilometers per hour at times for at least one week.

Smith noted that after the tropical storm ends, the country will enter the dry season with the temperature increasing until May, especially in the North and Northeast.

As for the rumor that the temperature in Thailand will reach as high as 46 degrees celsius during the dry season, Smith said he believes that it's impossible but if so, it will cause a large number of people to die.

He also advised the public to store water for use in the upcoming dry season while expressing confidence that the government will not discharge the total volume of water from dams to prepare for the upcoming rainy season.

Smith declined to comment on the Strategic Committee for Water Resources Management's work, saying the prime minister will call a meeting with the committee today and a more concrete plan is expected to come out.


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