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Apocalypse Now: Bangkok Terrorized by Monsoon Monster! 80% of Thailand Threatened by Furious Rainfalls!

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Severe weather alert! The Thai Meteorological Department cautions residents of an impending drenching, with a vast 70-80% of northern, northeastern, central, eastern, and Bangkok regions set to experience this heavy downpour. All this due to an aggressive monsoon trough currently traversing over Myanmar and Northern Laos, expected to shift into a low-pressure cell over northern Vietnam and the Gulf of Tonkin shortly.

This weather system, aligning with the moderate southwest monsoon reigning over the Andaman Sea, Thailand, and the Gulf of Thailand, is a recipe for copious rains, particularly concentrated in specific areas within the northern, northeastern, central, and eastern territories. Inhabitants of these regions are highly recommended to be on guard for any resultant hazards from the substantial precipitation and potential flash floods particularly in elevations adjacent to water bodies and low-lying areas.

In the northern territories, anticipate thunderstorms enveloping approximately 80% of the region, inducing heavy rain in selected areas, notably in the provinces of Mae Hong Son, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Lamphun, Lampang, Phayao, Nan, Phrae, Uttaradit, Tak, Sukhothai, Phitsanulok, and Phetchabun. Temperatures here are projected to fluctuate between a cool 23-25 degrees Celsius and a warm 31-33 degrees Celsius. Brace for southwesterly winds blowing at an average pace of 10-20 kilometers per hour.

In the northeastern areas, thunderstorms are set to envelop approximately 70% of the region, bringing heavy rainfall in specific areas such as Loei, Nong Khai, Bueng Kan, Nong Bua Lamphu, Udon Thani, Sakon Nakhon, Nakhon Phanom, Kalasin, Mukdahan, Amnat Charoen, and Ubon Ratchathani provinces. The forecasted temperature range is 23-25 degrees Celsius nightly lows to 29-33 degrees Celsius daytime highs. Again, anticipate southwesterly winds but at a speed variance of 10-25 kilometers per hour.

In the central regions, 70% of the area is expected to experience thunderstorms accompanied by heavy rainfall in territories like Uthai Thani, Lopburi, Saraburi, Kanchanaburi, and Ratchaburi provinces. The temperature range oscillates around a mild 24-25 degrees Celsius to a high 31-33 degrees Celsius. Winds are expected to blow from the southwest, again at a speed of 10-25 kilometers per hour.

The eastern territories can expect thunderstorms in 70% of the region, with heavy rainfall in places like Nakhon Nayok, Prachinburi, Chanthaburi, and Trat provinces. Residents should prepare for temperatures averaging between 24-27 degrees Celsius with the daytime peak at 30-33 degrees Celsius. High-velocity southwesterly winds are projected to blow at a rate of 15-35 kilometers per hour. The coastline should anticipate waves measuring 1-2 meters and even above in thunderstorm-struck areas.

In the South (East Coast), approximately 40% of the area will experience thunderstorms, primarily affecting Phetchaburi, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Chumphon, Pattani, Yala, and Narathiwat provinces. The temperature is expected to dip to a comfortable 23-25 degrees Celsius at night and rise to a maximum of 33-35 degrees Celsius during the day. Southwesterly winds will blow at a decent pace of 15-30 kilometers per hour with waves forecasted at about 1 meter, and potentially over 2 meters in thunderstorm-affected areas.

In the South (West Coast), stormy weather will affect about 40% of the region, largely impacting Ranong and Phang Nga provinces. Night-times will see temperatures drop to 23-25 degrees Celsius and soar to 32-34 degrees Celsius during the day. From Phang Nga province upwards, the forecast includes southwesterly winds blowing at a rate of 15-35 kilometers per hour, sea waves of 1-2 meters, and potentially over 2 meters in thunderstorm-stricken areas. From Phuket province downwards, the forecast is for southwesterly winds, but this time flowing at a slightly slower 15-30 kilometers per hour speed. The sea will showcase waves of a similar magnitude.

In the bustling metropolis of Bangkok and its vicinity, 70% of the area will experience thunderstorms. Temperatures will hover between mildly warm at 26-27 degrees Celsius and a bit heated at 32-34 degrees Celsius. Residents can also anticipate southwesterly winds at an average speed of 10-25 kilometers per hour.

Remember, knowledge is power. Stay informed and prepared for the weather that awaits us. For the latest happenings, stay tuned to our Facebook page at The Thaiger.

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