Warning 22-24 November across Thailand to prepare for “heavy rain”, beware of flash floods

On November 18, 2022, the website of the Meteorological Department noted that the 2nd announcement of heavy to very heavy rain in Thailand. and strong wind waves in the upper Gulf of Thailand, No. 2, indicating that the low pressure cell on the coast of Borneo is likely to move into the South China Sea. and will become stronger It is expected to move through the tip of the Yuan Peninsula during 20-21 November 2022 and enter the Gulf of Thailand during 22-24 November 2022.

While the low pressure cell on the coast of Borneo tends to move into the lower South China Sea. and will become stronger It is expected to move through the end of the Yuan Peninsula during 20-21 November 2022 and enter the Gulf of Thailand during 22-24 November. Low pressure at the end of Cape Yuan

This led to some heavy to very heavy rain during that period in the North-East, the Midwest, Bangkok and its surroundings, the East and the South, asking people in the area to be careful of the danger of heavy to very heavy rain and cumulative rain. which can cause flash floods and flash floods Especially the foothills near the waterways and the lowlands too.

The wind waves in the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand will intensify during 21-24 November ’22, with waves 2-3 meters high in the Gulf of Thailand, more than 3 meters in stormy areas. Wave height 1-2 meter , in areas with more than 2 meters in thunderstorms, mariners in the area are asked to navigate carefully. And small boats in the Gulf of Thailand should refrain from leaving the shore during that period.

However, ask people to follow the announcement from the Meteorological Department. and can track the information on the website of the Meteorological Department of Thailand http://www.tmd.go.th or on 0-2399-4012-13 and 1182 for 24 hours.

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