Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Division, Nakhon Ratchasima Province The announcement emphasizes people to be careful of dangers “heavy rain” wind of windarainbuild up, which can causeflash floodAnd wild water flows, especially on hillsides near waterways and in marshy areas.
He also announced that “flood warningIn 20 areas, where the flood situation has affected almost 9,000 homes, more than 550,000 rice fields have been submerged.
(September 21, 2022) The Lower Northeast Meteorological Center reported that the monsoon trough lies across Myanmar and upper Laos into a low pressure cell in central Vietnam. In addition, the southern Andaman Sea is dominated by a southwest monsoon and the Gulf of Thailand is moderate.
This causes thunderstorms in the lower northeastern region of 70 percent of the area, with isolated heavy rain in Yasothon, Amnat Charoen, Nakhon Ratchasima, Buriram, Surin, Sisaket and Ubon Ratchathani.
In Nakhon Ratchasima province, 60-70% of the area will have thunderstorms with heavy to very heavy rain in some places until September 25, 2022.
From July 1, 2022 to the present, Nakhon Ratchasima Province has declared 20 of the 32 flood-affected areas, which include
- a large lotus
- Non Daeng
- Nong Boon Mak
- Huai Thalaeng
- Chum Phuang
- Kham Talay Sor
- rubber city
- eyebrow color
- high hill
- Nakhon Ratchasima
- overlap house
- Non Canu
A total of 80 sub-districts, 5 communities, 399 villages, 8,617 households affected, 7,648 Ra of agricultural land, 55,324 Ra of rice fields, 1,311 Ra of vegetables, 1,311 Ra of vegetables, 79 fish ponds and 21 roads, 3 weir, 2 blocks chatting
Mr. Wichian Chantranothai, Governor of Nakhon Ratchasima Province As the director of the provincial Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Division, he had the most urgent faxes to the district officials of Mueang Nakhon Ratchasima, Non Thai, Non Sung, Pak Chong, Sikhio, Wang Nam Khieo and the Mayor of Nakhon Ratchasima Ratchasima. to warn people to prepare for flash floods Flash floods, river bank overflows and floods in the area.
as well as preparing evacuation points for people in areas that have suffered a disaster to be ready if the situation occurs in the area. The area adjacent to the Chi River Basin in Ban Lueam District with Kaeng Sanam Nang District
and the area adjacent to the Mun River Basin in Phimai District, Chum Phuang, Lam Thamen Chai and Mueang District May face flooding and water overflowing the banks
Ask each area to monitor weather and water conditions carefully. Especially the point where more than 90 millimeters of rain accumulated in the last 24 hours and the risk point that used to be regularly flooded.
including to check Repairing the embankment or embankment Accelerating the removal of water barriers and planning appropriate water management by adjusting the drainage scheme of dams and sluices to deplete water and manage the low areas to be monkeys’ cheeks waterproof with accelerated drainage in the river to support flooding from the upper area in order to reduce the impact of the severity of the flooding that may occur
For the water situation in 4 major reservoirs, namely Lam Ta Khong Reservoir, Sikhio District, Lam Phra Phloeng Reservoir, Pak Thong Chai District, Mun Bon Reservoir, Khon Buri District, and Lam Chae Reservoir, Khon District have Buri the latest storage water volume of 4 reservoirs, with an average of 658.48 million cubic meters or 74.36%, can hold a lot of water.
especially Lam Ta Kong Reservoir Currently, the storage capacity at the water level is 239.86 million cubic meters, or 76.27%, and it is usable water, 217.14 million cubic meters, or 74.42%, with approx. 1.40 million cubic meters of water flowed into the basin yesterday. But the reservoir was depleted by draining 1.21 million cubic meters of water. to open up an area to hold more water that will flow into the basin