Some regions received about 100 millimeters of rain in an hour. There are 94 millimeters per hour in Phrakhanong (Sukhumvit). Thawee Wattana (Sukhumvit/Asoke region) received 88 millimeters per hour, while Saphan Sung (15 km east of the city center) received 92 millimeters per hour (143 mm overnight) (130 mm overnight). The Gulf of Thailand will become more active, the southwest monsoon will dominate over the Andaman Sea, the monsoon trough will span the north, northeast, and upper central Pacific, and a low-pressure system will form over the middle coast of Vietnam, according to local forecasts. This will probably result in more rain falling across the entire country. Around seven o’clock on Friday night, a rain flooded the city and soaked homebound commuters. The wet season has already begun. Northeastern Bangkok’s provinces include Amnat Charoen, Loei, Nong Bua Lam Phu, Nong Khai, Bueng Kan, Sakon Nakhon, Nakhon Phanom, Mukdahan, Yasothon, Kalasin, Khon Kaen, Chaiyaphum, Maha Sarakham, Roi Et, Nakhon Ratchasima, Buriram, Surin, and Sisaket. The cities of EAST Sa Kaeo, Chachoengsao, Chanthaburi, Rayong, Prachinburi, Nakhon Nayok Ranong, Phang Nga, Prachuap Khiri Khan, and Phetchaburi are located in the southern area. Mother Nature also dumped a ton of rain on Bangkok overnight to make sure you remember, in case you had any doubts. Even after midnight, there were still significant water problems in certain parts of the Bangkok region. There have apparently been reports of water up to half a meter deep in Kaset Nawamin, Siwara Town, Pahonyothin, and Ramkhamhaeng. The massive floodwaters, which took hours to dissipate, prompted several cars to make a U-turn on the Phetchuburi Thoroughfare, a crucial east-west artery. The main thoroughfares of the city were closed for the remainder of the evening. The following provinces, according to the nation, will see a lot of rain: Mae Hong Son, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phayao, Phrae, Nan, Uttaradit, Phichit, Phitsanulok, Tak, and Phetchabun are all located in the northern area. During this morning’s peak, a torrential downpour soaked Bangkok in the early evening and halted both moving vehicles and pedestrians. It rained a lot in July across a sizable region of the nation, especially in the south where Phuket is a popular tourist destination. Throughout Phuket’s early-morning peak, torrential downpours would sporadically occur. Bangkok’s flooding from last night’s downpour was still a problem for morning commuters. Up until July 24, there will be “isolated heavy to very heavy rain in most parts of the nation,” according to the Thai Meteorological Department.

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