August 18, 2022 – The Royal Irrigation Office disclosed that the drainage at the close of the Chao Phraya dam has now been modified. Put together to acquire overflowing water in the up coming stage. In accordance to the Meteorological Office, in the course of the time period 20-22 August 65 Thailand will practical experience large rain.
The existing drinking water predicament in the Chao Phraya River (18 August 2022) at 1:00 PM at Wat Nam Station C.2, Mueang District, Nakhon Sawan Province, with h2o flowing through 1,430 cubic meters / 2nd (1,408 cubic meters / next yesterday ) The drinking water degree is 4.71 meters beneath the river lender, along with the h2o in the Sakae Krang River, Uthai Thani Province and its tributaries flowing down to sign up for the Chao Phraya River earlier mentioned the Chao Phraya Dam. As a result, the water quantity trend will raise The Royal Irrigation Department have to little by little change the drainage by the Chao Phraya Dam to a charge of 1,400 cubic meters per next from 12.00 several hours back, which will result in the amount of h2o at the back again of the dam to maximize from the current About .20 – .40 meters, which may possibly have an affect on communities in minimal-lying parts outside the house the embankment as follows: 1. Khlong Pong Peng, Ang Thong Province, 2 .Khlong Bang Ban, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, and 3. Hua Wiang Subdistrict, Sena District, Lat Chid Subdistrict Tha Din Daeng Subdistrict, Phak Hai District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province (Noi River)
In this regard, the Royal Irrigation Office will control drinking water and handle the amount of drainage by means of the Chao Phraya Dam to be at an correct degree in accordance to the rainwater runoff circumstance. to the highest taking into account the lowland regions to be in a position to harvest agricultural products Therefore, persons are requested to keep track of the h2o problem carefully by government companies. if enable is necessary Requests can be produced to the nearby irrigation place of work or by calling the Royal Irrigation Office helpline 1460.