People are encouraged to take precautions against flash floods and other dangers caused by heavy downpours in the southern provinces of Thailand, which continue to get adequate rainfall. In the meantime, lower temperatures and stronger winds are affecting northern Thailand.
A low-pressure storm is currently traversing the southern portion of the Andaman Sea and the Malacca Strait, while a monsoon trough dominates the lower regions of southern Thailand.
In the meantime, moderate northeasterly monsoon winds and southeasterly winds have been recorded in the south and the Gulf of Thailand, delivering significant precipitation to the entire region.
Residents are asked to exercise caution around potential weather-related dangers, such as collected rainwater. Also possible are flash floods, forest runoff, and river overflows, particularly in regions with mountain slopes positioned near water sources.
A region of moderately intense high pressure has spread from China into upper Laos and Vietnam, as well as portions of the South China Sea.
Over the next few days, the upper part of Thailand is expected to see falling temperatures and strong winds, accompanied by easterly and southeasterly high-altitude winds. This weather pattern is likely to provide light to moderate precipitation to certain regions.
During this period of transitional weather, the Meteorological Department advises the public to take care of their health.