The Director Common of the Meteorological Department has issued a warning for hefty rain, No. 1, in the course of 20-22 August These are the slopes of the hills and the lowlands, be very careful of flash floods and flash floods. Wave top bigger than 2 metres
18 August 2022 – Ms. Chomparee Chompurat, Director Typical of the Meteorological Department Announcement by the Meteorological Section about “major to pretty hefty rain in Thailand (Productive from 20-22 August 2022)” Variety 1 dated 18 August 2022 contains the content material which
All through August 20-22, 2022, the monsoon trough lies across the North and North-East. Even though the lower tension mobile in the upper South China Sea will go to the trenches. In addition, the southwest monsoon prevailing over the Andaman Sea, Thailand and the Gulf of Thailand will intensify. leading to Thailand to have much more rain and significant to really major rain in some parts of the North. Northeast The central location, together with Bangkok and neighboring provinces, the eastern and southern regions, urged people in the place to be notify to the danger of large to quite hefty rain and amassed rain that could lead to flash floods and flash floods, primarily on the slopes. in the vicinity of the foothills, h2o flows via swampy locations.
For the southwest monsoon that dominates the Andaman Sea, the South and the Gulf of Thailand are average. Trigger wind waves in the higher Andaman Sea to be reasonable with wave heights about 2 meters in showery spots, wave heights increased than 2 metres, even though the lower Andaman Sea and upper Gulf of Thailand have 1-2 meters in stormy places The waves are close to 2 meters high Mariners are encouraged to carry on with caution and stay clear of sailing in thunderstorms.
Therefore, people today are requested to stick to the announcement by the Meteorological Office. and can adhere to the data on the web-site of the Meteorological Office http://www.tmd.go.th or on -2399-4012-13 and 1182 24 hrs a day.
Revealed on 18 August 2022 at 5.00 am
The Meteorological Department will problem the subsequent announcement on 19 August 2022 at 5.00 am